Glastonbury 2013 weather latest (June 27)

Some rain and wind expected but generally conditions will remain 'pleasant'

Glastonbury 2013 weather latest (June 27)

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The Met Office have once again updated NME.COM with the very latest weather report for the Glastonbury area – and it's still looking good.

There's a chance of seeing some rain through the late afternoon and evening today (June 26), said a Met Office spokesperson, and tomorrow may have a murky start, but after that the weather is still looking pleasant through to the end of the festival.

Temperatures will get up to around 18C tomorrow afternoon, although there will be breezes throughout. Saturday (June 28) will again start off cloudy, but should brighten up throughout the day with some sunny spells later and temperatures up to about 19C.

Sunday (June 30) will be much the same, with a cloudy morning giving way to brighter conditions with some sunny spells through the afternoon and evening. Temperatures, again, should get up to about 19C.

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