Latitude Festival weather forecast - two days to go

Will the Suffolk bash see rain or shine?

Latitude Festival weather forecast - two days to go
Latitude Festival kicks off in two days time (July 18-20) in Suffolk - but will the bash, headlined by Franz Ferdinand, Sigur Ros and Interpol, see rain or shine?

According to BBC Weather, Friday (July 18) will be sunny with some light showers, high humidity and fairly warm maximum temperature of 19 degrees Celsius.

Metcheck predict that the showers will mainly take place in the late afternoon, but that the evening will be dry.

Saturday (July 19) is set to be similar, with heavy showers from midday, although they are set to be over by the late evening. Temperatures are expected to reach a maximum of 18 degrees Celsius.

Sunday, however, is expected to be sunny, with little chance of rain, and again maximum temperatures of 18 degrees Celsius.

Check back to NME.COM tomorrow for the latest Latitude weather report.

Meanwhile you'll be able to follow all the action this weekend, with news, blogs and pictures coming live from the festival on sister siet

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