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Bermuda Weather in November: Rain, Temperatures

Bermuda weather in November
Average high temperature and rainfall for Bermuda weather in November. © 2018 Scott Bateman
November weather in Bermuda is not the worst of the year, but it gets pretty close to the worst.

Worst is a matter of opinion, of course. Beach lovers won’t love Bermuda in November because the average high temperature is only 75 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the Bermuda Weather Service.

It’s chilly compared to most island destinations on Caribbean cruises because Bermuda isn’t actually in the Caribbean. It’s just a common stop for cruise ships embarking from the East Coast of the U.S. on their way to the Caribbean.

The island in fact is about as far north as the U.S. state of North Carolina.

Temperatures in November


The average high of 75 degrees Fahrenheit or 24 Celsius is slightly above the cooler months of December through April.

The average low, which is usually a nighttime temperature, is 66 Fahrenheit or about 19 Celsius.

Those comfortable temperatures sound fine for walking around the island in light pants and a light jacket. But they are not fine for swimming. Water temperatures will almost always feel too chilly for swimming except for the most hardy.

For swimming temperatures, the months of June through October are much more comfortable for time in the water and on the beaches.


Rainfall in November


Unlike the Caribbean to the south, Bermuda has a moderate amount of rain each month of the year that varies little from month to month.

Rainfall does reach a high point of more than six inches historically in October, which is one of the most active months of the Caribbean hurricane season. That six inches is enough rain to discourage visitors.

Bermuda weather in November is somewhat better with average rainfall of more than four inches.

Between the temperatures and the risk of rain, visitors to Bermuda in November are more likely to go there to escape colder weather to the north. At least it’s closer than going all the way down to the Caribbean. It’s just not as warm and dry.
Scott S. Bateman is a professional journalist who has traveled widely throughout the Caribbean and the Americas.

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October 31, 2018

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