The severe weather warning issued earlier this weekend was cancelled by the Bermuda Weather Service (BWS) as of 4:30pm, but a small craft warning remains in effect tonight through to Monday.

Forecasters say we are in for a “windy evening ahead with lingering rainfall”, as “a cold front passes through Bermuda early this evening”.

According to the latest update, “winds remain strong and will occasionally increase to gale force with gale force gust more likely, especially near any showery activity”.

“The area will gradually settle overnight though remaining breezy and cooler into Sunday and Monday.”

Winds will be southwesterly with “strong gusts to gale force, soon veering west-southwesterly and occasionally increasing strong to gale force with gusts to gale force during the evening, easing westerly moderate to strong late overnight”.

The forecast for Sunday calls for a fair start, “turning cloudy as showers return towards evening”.

Wills are expected to be “westerly moderate to strong, easing moderate by afternoon, tending west-northwesterly light to moderate in the evening, then north-northwesterly overnight”.

The next BWS update will be issued at 11:30pm tonight.

Climate data recorded Friday, January 28, 2022, at the L.F.Wade International Airport –

Hours of sunshine: 0

Sea Surface:19.3°C/66.7°F
January to date:133.9mm/5.27″
Past 30 Days:135.4mm/5.33″

Meteorologist: Alex Young, Observer: Matthew Little