June 18, 2009 11:49

Glastonbury festival weather forecast - one week to go

Will it be rain or shine on Worthy Farm

Glastonbury festival weather forecast - one week to go
There's just over one week to go until Glastonbury festival 2009 kicks off (on June 26) – and the weather reports, though not offering up a scorcher of a weekend, are looking promising.

According to weather prediction service Metcheck.com no rain at all is expected down on Worthy Farm over the weekend, though there will be some on the Monday (June 29) when people are leaving the site.

On the Friday (June 26) of the bash, sunny yet cloudy conditions are expected. Temperatures should peak at 19 degrees Celcius.

The Saturday (June 27) of the festival should be sunny but cloudy, and the temperatures are predicted to creep up to a high of 20 degrees Celcius.

The final day of the festival (Sunday June 28) is expected to be warmer still, with a top temperature of 21 degrees Celcius predicted, with slightly cloudy conditions still evident until the late afternoon.

Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen and Blur will headline the sold-out festival.

Read the full Glastonbury line-up on NME.COM now.

Meanwhile, check out the latest photos from the sun-drenched Glastonbury site at NME.COM/Festivals.

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