June 22, 2010 14:25

Glastonbury festival 2010 weather forecast – three days to go

Experts predict a downpour at some point this weekend

Glastonbury festival 2010 weather forecast – three days to go
Glastonbury festivalgoers are being told to prepare for an "isolated heavy shower" at some point in the festival, according to the latest statistics from the Met Office.

Figures currently predict that Glastonbury will remain completely dry until at least Saturday (June 26) morning, with temperatures reaching a high of 25 degrees Celsius (dropping to around 11 degrees Celsius at night). Winds are expected to be light throughout.

However, the website goes on to predict that "there is a chance of an isolated heavy shower by Sunday", though a detailed analysis on Saturday or Sunday's outlook is not yet available.

BBC Weather also predicts that Glastonbury will be dry until at least Saturday.

NME will be coming live from Glastonbury throughout the weekend. Head to NME.COM/festivals for the latest festival news, plus more weather updates.

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