Bermuda's impeccable location in the Atlantic—not the Caribbean—keeps our island warmed by the Gulf Stream and the sun's rays, but free of the tropics' relentless heat. Our extraordinarily pleasant climate rarely sees extremes of either hot or cold.
- The hottest part of our year: May through mid-October, when temperatures hover between 75°F and 85°F (23°C and 29°C).
- During the winter months, temperatures average a balmy 70°F (21°C)
- Hurricanes are not as prevalent here as in the Caribbean, but they do occasionally visit our island. But not worry—many of our hotels provide a Hurricane Guarantee.
Average High and Low Temperatures
|Month ||Avg. High Temp. ||Average Low temp. |
|January||70°F / 21°C||58°F / 14°C |
|February||70°F / 21°C||58°F / 14°C|
|March||70°F / 21°C||58°F / 14°C|
|April||72°F / 22°C||59°F / 15°C|
|May||76°F / 24°C||65°F / 18°C|
|June||81°F / 27°C||70°F / 21°C|
|July||85°F / 29°C||76°F / 24°C|
|August||86°F / 30°C||76°F / 24°C|
|September||85°F / 29°C||72°F / 22°C|
|October||79°F / 26°C||70°F / 21°C|
|November||74°F / 23°C||61°F / 16°C|
|December||70°F / 21°C||61°F / 16°C|