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The weather at Glastonbury can completely change the festival experience.
From the knee deep mud in 2016 to the 31°C heat in 2019, the famously eratic Glastonbury weather is always a hot topic before the festival.
So what’s the forecast saying for this years event and will it rain?
With long range forecasts being patchy at best, we finally have some more solid predictions for this week’s weather.
The general consensus says there’ll be generally fair conditions, with a few showers to mix things up.
The first days of the festival is said to be the warmest, with the sun shining there are supposed to be highs of 25°C on Wednesday.
This will carry on into Thursday which largely remains the same.
However, the sun isn’t set to linger throughout the event, as Friday becomes slightly more overcast with highs of around 19°C. The weather continues to go somewhat down hill as Saturday and Sunday will remain cloudy with peak temperatures being 17°C.
Moreover, it’s also said that the weekend will be largely scattered with showers, before warming up again on Sunday afternoon.
Nonetheless, Glastonbury has seen much worse weather than what’s forecast for next week.
Over 200 000 people are attending this year’s festival in which tickets sold out in under 20 minutes, and with performances from artists such as AJ Tracey and Noel Gallagher, as well as Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar headlining, the festival is sure to be a smash hit no matter the weather.
Not to mention, the unpredictability of British weather means that rain is in no part a certainty for the weekend, and those attending may just be pleasantly surprised if the forecast begins to turn.
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