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Bermuda Weather in April

Bermuda weather in April
Average high temperature and rainfall in Bermuda in April. © 2018 Scott S. Bateman
The Atlantic island of Bermuda isn’t ready to offer great weather in April.

This popular destination for Caribbean cruises that embark from the eastern coast of the United States is north of the actual Caribbean Sea.

As a result, its weather is cooler during most of the year than the rest of the Caribbean.

The island is famous for golf and pink sand beaches. The beaches are far more popular during the summer than the rest of the year including April. That’s when high temperatures reach into the mid 80s Fahrenheit or about 30 Celsius.

Temperatures in April


The average high temperature in Bermuda in April is 71 degrees Fahrenheit or 22 Celsius, according to historical data from the Bermuda Weather Service. The average low is 63 Fahrenheit or 17 Celsius.

The average seawater temperature is 68 Fahrenheit or 20 Celsius. It is too cool for swimming for almost anyone except the most daring.

Daytime air temperatures are mild and comfortable for land activities. It’s why April is a good time for golfers but not for swimmers.

Rainfall in April


Even better for golfers and other land visitors is the risk of rain. April has the second lowest level of rain for any month of the year. Only May is better.

The average rainfall for Bermuda in April is 3.5 inches. It rains on average about 12 days during the month, according to the Bermuda Weather Service.

The island doesn’t start to get higher levels of rain until August when the average increases to five inches. The worst month of the year is October with more than six inches of rainfall and 16 days with rain.

Cruise and other visitors will find that Bermuda’s weather in April is usually best for pants, long sleeve shirts and light jackets on most days. They will have to save the shorts and T-shirts until they go to the Caribbean.
Scott S. Bateman is a professional journalist who has traveled widely throughout the Caribbean and the Americas.

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April 19, 2018
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