Morning showers expected to clear up by afternoon
Glastonbury goers can prepare for the weekend’s first showers today (June 26) as The Met Office are forecasting some rain to hit the festival.
This morning is expected to be largely cloudy with outbreaks of rain, though the sun is forecast to reappear this evening after a largely warm and bright Thursday (June 25) at Pilton. Maximum temperature today is expected to be 22°C.
According to The Met Office, it will stay dry overnight tonight with some cloud. Winds will be light with temperatures not expected to drop below 12°C.
Attendees can also look forward to the dry weather continuing into Saturday, with warm sunshine expected, especially in the afternoon. Maximum temperature 21°C. Some more wet weather is forecast for Sunday, however.
Drenge opened this year’s Glastonbury Festival yesterday evening with a rowdy performance that drew thousands to a packed out William’s Green area. Taking place on one of the more modestly-sized stages, but one which is in the few to host performances the evening before the festival properly begins, the Sheffield-based duo played what was the first major set of this weekend’s event.