The Suffolk festival will be dry mostly, but with some outbreaks of heavy rain
This weekend’s Latitude festival is set to be hit by outbreaks of rain.
The festival takes place in Henham Park, Suffolk this weekend, and, according to the Met Office, it is likely to be cloudy with a number of heavy showers.
Today (July 12) is predicted to be dry, with sunshine in the morning, which will cloud over at around lunchtime. This means punters should be able to set up camp in decent conditions.
Tomorrow (July 13) will be cloudy too, but with one rain shower predicted to hit the site in mid-afternoon. It’ll be a balmy 16 degrees throughout most of the day, meaning Janelle Monae, Metronomy and headliners Bon Iver should play to dry crowds.
Saturday (July 14) is set to be very wet, with heavy rain predicted to fall from late morning right up until late evening. This means Laura Marling, Richard Hawley and headliners Elbow may face a bit of a damp crowd.
The festival’s final day (July 15) is a little better, with light showers only predicted to hit the site at around lunchtime. This should mean that Paul Weller can finish the weekend off in front of a dry audience.
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