NME.COM

Glastonbury weather forecast latest – sunshine predicted for the weekend

The outlook brightens up with sun set for Worthy Farm

Richard Johnson/NME
Pic: Richard Johnson/NME
Rain may be predicted to hit Glastonbury tomorrow (June 24), but festivalgoers can expect things to brighten up over the weekend, according to the latest weather forecast.

According to Metcheck, Worthy Farm is likely to experience rain tomorrow evening – which means a potentially wet headline slot for U2 – but it should be dry and sunny for most of the day.

While temperatures are unlikely to be as high as they were last year for the festival’s 40th anniversary – which was one of the hottest Glastonbury's on record – it should get a lot warmer over the weekend, with temperatures in the low and mid-20s (degrees Celsius) predicted for Saturday and Sunday.

A Met Office spokesperson told Gigwise: "On the upside the weekend weather is looking good with some warm temperatures in the low 20s and even up to 25C on Sunday (June 26) with more sunny spells – so time for the suntan lotion."

This year’s Glastonbury festival will start tomorrow and finish on Sunday, and will be headlined by U2, Coldplay and Beyonce.

Check NME.COM every day this week for the latest weather updates from Worthy Farm and all the latest news from the site.

Share This

Tickets
Connect With Us
This Week's Magazine