There is no rainy season in Bermuda. That means there is no specific months when you can expect more rains than the other. But it certainly rains in Bermuda and at times the showers are quite heavy. But they are short and come in spurts.
Most of the times, the showers take place when it is least expected. The clouds come from nowhere and it starts raining in the island. The locals generally carry rain coats with them.
But the good news is that, the rain in Bermuda is unlike what you get in England where it continues to pour. Instead in Bermuda the rain showers come in short spurts. And also while one side of the island may experience some showers, the other side can be bright and sunny. So if you are on vacation holidays, there is hardly any chance that your whole day will ever be affected by rain in Bermuda.
The average monthly rainfall in Bermuda remains close to 5 inches.
The chart below shows average rain and thunderstorm in Bermuda over the months. This can give you an indication of what to expect in a month. On an average, September is the wettest month with an approximate rainfall of about 6.4 inches, while April and May are the driest months with about 3 inches rainfall on an average.
Bermuda Rain and Thunderstorm in a month
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