A cold front and associated pre-frontal trough to the west of Bermuda is expected to reach the island early tomorrow with heavy rain, showers, and possible thunder.
Strong southerly flow ahead of the frontal system has allowed temperatures to climb into the low-70s and dew points to recover into the mid-60s after a cold and blustery weekend. Further warmth and moisture should continue to stream into place tonight. Showers with heavy rainfall rates are becoming increasingly likely, beginning early tomorrow morning. Over an inch of storm total rainfall is possible, mostly falling tomorrow. This could lead to some isolated flooding in low-lying areas, especially if this heavy rain occurs around the time of high tide.
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