Are you thinking about taking a trip to the island of Bermuda in October?
Then you may like to know what the weather is like this month. Well tourists should be aware that the region has high temperatures but it is also known for being rain swept. It can have precipitation reaching 6.5 inches.
The heat levels on the island in October may swing between crests and troths. These extend from lows hitting 72.0 degrees to highs on an average of 80.0 degrees. The average rainfall is calculated to reach 6.6 inches.
The weather on a day to day basis generally plays out as follows. The early morning sees temperatures beginning at approximately 75.4 degrees. It is not uncommon for it to climb as the day goes on. Then, when the afternoon arrives, the temperature may ostensibly rise to around 78.0 F.
However this is generally when it levels starts to descend. The temperature routinely measures around 76.3° F in the late afternoon. It will reach troth when it dips down again to 74.9 degrees. The daily average on the island this month is in the region of 75.7 degrees.
But, when does it rain on the island? It generally doesn’t fall till roughly 11.00 in the morning. The general consensus is that it will not rain past two in the AM. But there is thought to be in the region of a 10.3% chance of rain at about 8.00 in the morning. However the levels could rise to approximately 10.6 % in the late afternoon.
The possibilities of rain may climb once again. There could be a 10.2 % chance of rain in the evening. This is the overall average of rainfall in Bermuda at this time of the year.
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