The best time to visit Bermuda depends on avoiding the cooler winter months and rain in late summer and most of the fall.
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Bermuda weather is often attractive on this island paradise — not too hot, not too cold. Located just 650 miles east of North Carolina, Bermuda shares the same seasons as the United States but with much milder seasonal changes.
Just as the winter months are the coldest in the U.S., they are also coldest in Bermuda. But Bermuda’s average winter low is only in the low 60s Fahrenheit.
Winter sea temperatures in the mid-60s are too cold for swimming. But the weather is still mild enough for the many tourist attractions on land that Bermuda has to offer.
There’s nothing like a mild winter day to enjoy strolling the cobbled streets of historic St. George, visiting centuries-old churches or touring the working lighthouses.
The average daily high temperature is in the upper 60s Fahrenheit from January through March and in the 70s in April and May.
While August is the warmest month and a favorite time for tourists to enjoy the pristine beaches, it is still a pleasant 86 degrees. Warm enough to bask in the sun, yet not too hot to enjoy being outside.
June, July, and August are the most popular months for tourists to hit the beaches of Bermuda and enjoy snorkeling, sailing, scuba diving, or simply savoring the sun.
Average high temperatures stay in the mid-80s during September, then drop into the 70s from October through December.
Sea temperatures reach the low 80s in July through September, making those months ideal for swimming and lying on the beach.
Summer is the most popular time to visit Bermuda, but it also is a time for more rainfall.
The island has rain about 15 days each month give or take a few. The low point for total rain is May, which makes it the ideal month for Bermuda’s famous beaches and golf courses.
The amount of rain averages less than five inches a month throughout the year. It starts to climb in June and hits a high of more than six inches in October during the peak of the Caribbean hurricane season. It drops back down to normal levels in November.