Definitions for "Bermuda high"
See Subtropical high.
The semi-permanent subtropical high of the North Atlantic Ocean, so named especially when it is located in the western part of the ocean. This same high, when displaced toward the eastern part of the Atlantic, is known as the Azores high. Warm and Humid conditions prevail over the eastern United States, particularly in summer, when the Bermuda high is well developed and extends westward.
A semipermanent high located off the east coast of the U.S.