Forecasters at the Bermuda Weather Service (BWS) have posted two warnings this morning for gale force winds and a small craft warning that will remain in effect until Friday morning, as more showers approach the local area.

According to the latest update posted at 5:30am: “A deepening low pressure to the north swings yet another frontal boundary towards the area from the west today with a series of secondary troughs following through Thursday.

“Expect cloudy skies, strong to gale force winds, and periods of rain and showers to continue. High pressure will set in on Friday with fair and dry weather developing thereafter.”

BWS forecasters said winds out of the southwest will be “strong to gale force gusts to gale force, with stronger gusts in and around showers and easing moderate to strong at times, then veering west-southwesterly strong towards evening”.

Expect a high today of 68°F, with a low of 60°F tonight.

Tomorrow’s forecast calls for sunny periods with a few blustery showers “mainly early”, with moderate winds out of the west, easing to become moderate overnight.

The good news is there are mostly sunny skies in the weekend forecast, starting Saturday with a high of 71°F and an anticipated low near 63°F.

There’s a chance of a few showers on Sunday with sunny periods with an anticipated high of 69°F and a low near 64°F.