No official word yet from the Ministry of Transport or Bermuda’s minibus representatives on the video circulating on the local social media circuit, showing hundreds of tourists lined up at Horseshoe Bay.

What started out as a bright sunny day, countless cruise ship passengers set out for a day at the popular beach.

When the skies opened up shortly after noon, they headed for the minibus stand in droves, where they stood in heavy rain, reportedly for at least one hour.

Forecasters at the Bermuda Weather Service (BWS) predict more rain with the chance of thunder on Thursday, easing later in the day.

The forecast published at 11:30pm said: “A series of troughs will continue to bring occasional unsettled weather with gusty winds in association with showers and possible thunderstorms for the remainder of this week and into the weekend. In between these troughs, winds will vary between south and west, while conditions ease somewhat.”

Meanwhile, the Department of Public Safety released another long list of bus cancellations earlier today, with another set of cancellations affecting bus commuters during the morning rush hour tomorrow.

There were more than 40 bus cancellations today that went into effect at 4pm that ended just before 6pm.

DPT issued another list of the following cancellations scheduled for tomorrow morning:

7HamiltonWatford Bridge6:31 a.m.
7Barnes CornerHamilton7:00 a.m.
5Pond HillHamilton7:00 a.m.
1HamiltonGrotto Bay7:15 a.m.
5HamiltonPond Hill7:20 a.m.
8Watford BridgeHamilton7:25 a.m.
4sjSpanish PointHamilton7:27 a.m.
5Pond HillHamilton7:30 a.m.
2Ord RoadHamilton7:35 a.m.
3HamiltonGrotto Bay7:45 a.m.
1HamiltonGrotto Bay7:45 a.m.
2Ord RoadHamilton7:55 a.m.
1Grotto BayHamilton8:10 a.m.
4sjHamiltonSpanish Point8:10 a.m.
3HamiltonGrotto Bay8:15 a.m.
4nsSpanish PointHamilton8:22 a.m.
3Grotto BayHamilton8:30 a.m.
8HamiltonBarnes Corner8:30 a.m.
1Grotto BayHamilton8:40 a.m.
3Grotto BayHamilton9:00 a.m.
7Barnes CornerHamilton9:04 a.m.