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Bermuda (TXKF)

Location: 32.37N 64.68W

Tropical systems passing within 60nm (= 69mi.) of the island. Used latitude/longitude coordinates (32.37N,64.68W) might not be the center of the island. Often the location of the island weather station was used, which is normally at the airport.
Please note that not only hurricanes (h1-h5) are included but also tropical storms (ts). Wind/category reported is maximum measured while the system moved through region (box). Each category storm has its own color (see color bar below; ts=tropical storm; h1=category 1 hurricane; etc., see the guide for definitions). Different projections can be selected, the island projections are most zoomed in (select if you want to see how close the systems passed by the island [not available for regions]), while the world projection most zoomed out (select when you want to see the complete path of the storm). Winds are in miles per hour. It is also calculated how close the center of the storm came to the island, the so-called closest point of approach (cpoa, in miles).

Below you can see all stormtracks since 1851 for Bermuda (for more details about individual storms skip to another page where storms are separated per decade). In the climatology section there is also a weekly analysis of the data which shows when the real peak of hurricane season is for Bermuda and a five-year analysis to find out if more storms have passed close by Bermuda recently.

Projection: Island | Caribbean | Atlantic | World |
[ts=tropical storm; h1=category 1 hurricane; etc.]

1851 - 2010
    date     wind  cat. cpoa  name
21 Oct 1854    69   ts   12   NOTNAMED
24 Oct 1858   104   h2   20   NOTNAMED
 6 Sep 1874    92   h1   51   NOTNAMED
30 Aug 1880    92   h1   34   NOTNAMED
10 Oct 1880    81   h1   49   NOTNAMED
 5 Oct 1889    69   ts   46   NOTNAMED
21 Sep 1891    98   h2   35   NOTNAMED
 4 Oct 1891    98   h2   56   NOTNAMED
18 Oct 1891    86   h1   56   NOTNAMED
26 Oct 1894    98   h2   55   NOTNAMED
24 Oct 1895   104   h2    0   NOTNAMED
 5 Sep 1899    86   h1   15   NOTNAMED
13 Sep 1899   121   h3   11   NOTNAMED
28 Sep 1903   109   h2   34   NOTNAMED
 9 Oct 1903    69   ts   57   NOTNAMED
 9 Sep 1906   121   h3   47   NOTNAMED
25 Sep 1910    98   h2   61   NOTNAMED
 9 Aug 1911    40   ts   63   NOTNAMED
 3 Sep 1915   121   h3   17   NOTNAMED
 5 Sep 1918   109   h2   49   NOTNAMED
15 Sep 1921   109   h2    9   NOTNAMED
21 Sep 1922   115   h3    3   NOTNAMED
22 Oct 1926   121   h3    2   NOTNAMED
25 Nov 1934    86   h1   60   NOTNAMED
31 Oct 1935    52   ts   64   NOTNAMED
17 Oct 1938    40   ts   27   NOTNAMED
16 Oct 1939   132   h4   19   NOTNAMED
 2 Oct 1943    69   ts   14   NOTNAMED
20 Oct 1947   121   h3   58   NOTNAMED
13 Sep 1948   132   h4   65   NOTNAMED
 8 Oct 1948    98   h2   23   NOTNAMED
12 Sep 1953    69   ts   20   DOLLY
12 Jun 1957    46   ts   19   NOTNAMED
 9 Aug 1963   104   h2    2   ARLENE
 8 Aug 1964    52   ts    2   BRENDA
16 Oct 1970    81   h1    7   NOTNAMED
 4 Jul 1973    92   h1   25   ALICE
27 Sep 1975   104   h2   36   FAYE
10 Sep 1977    52   ts   67   CLARA
27 Sep 1977    52   ts   58   DOROTHY
14 Oct 1977    46   ts   13   EVELYN
15 Sep 1978    40   ts   29   HOPE
 2 Sep 1981    58   ts   29   EMILY
 8 Sep 1981    98   h2   21   FLOYD
18 Sep 1984    52   ts   11   GUSTAV
30 Sep 1984    46   ts   10   HORTENSE
13 Aug 1987    63   ts   43   ARLENE
25 Sep 1987    92   h1    1   EMILY
 6 Aug 1989    98   h2   24   DEAN
29 Oct 1991    86   h1   55   GRACE
12 Oct 2001    69   ts   37   KAREN
 5 Sep 2003   121   h3   23   FABIAN
11 Oct 2004    46   ts   60   NICOLE
 4 Aug 2005    58   ts   47   HARVEY
11 Sep 2006    86   h1   54   FLORENCE
14 Jul 2008    69   ts   35   BERTHA
20 Sep 2010    75   h1   47   IGOR

Bermuda: all dec peak 5yr rank

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