Hurricanes are the bad guys of the film here in Warwick and Bermuda. To ensure that everybody on the island from locals to visitors get the correct information on time, Bermuda Weather Service provides weather forecasts that can be accessed online, on the phone or through local radio, television stations and cable TV.

The service gives updates on current and upcomung weather condition, and warns about the direction and strength of the storms.

Online, at  http://www.weather.bm the traveler will find all the information to plan the stay on the island. General and detailed marine weather for the day and for the week, tides, warnings, active tropical systems developing in the Atlantic Ocean are listed and updated hourly or timely to the changes in the weather conditions.

A nice feature of the site is the search machine included that enables you to view the monthly weaher report by month for the last six years. The site has an archive of these Climate data way back to 1949 that include temperature high and lows, average and minimums; precipitation for the day, past 30 days, past 7 days and year to date; and sunshine and temperature at sea surface.

 If there is concern (or interest) in tracking active tropical systems, visit the popular www.sharkoil.bm or www.stormpulse.com.