July 4, 2012 7:58
Rain set to hit this weekend's T In The Park
The Stone Roses, Kasabian and Florence & The Machine are set to headline the Scottish festival
This weekend's T In The Park festival is set to be hit by heavy rain across the weekend.
The festival takes place in Balado near Kinross and, according to the Met Office, it is likely to be very wet.
Things don't start off too badly, with Thursday (July 5), when most punters will arrive to set up camp, forecast to be dry with temperatures of 17 degrees.
However, the rain is then predicted to start falling during the night and is not expected to stop all day Friday (July 6), with the forecast suggesting that it will turn heavier in the early evening with winds of up to 16 miles per hour and gusts of up to 29 miles per hour.
Saturday (July 7) is forecast to be much the same, but winds will be milder at 11 miles per hour temperatures at around 13 degrees.
Sunday (July 8) is set to feature light rain throughout the day, with mild winds and temperatures of up to 13 degrees.
For more information about T In The Park, visit Tinthepark.com.
To check the availability of T In The Park 2012 tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.
The line-up for T In The Park 2012 so far is as follows:
The Stone Roses
Florence + The Machine
The Temper Trap
Pulled Apart By Horses
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
We Were Promised Jetpacks
James Levy and the Blood Red Rose
Two Door Cinema Club
Chase And Status
Simian Mobile Disco
Bombay Bicycle Club
We Are Augustines
Reverend And The Makers
The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Dog Is Dead
Blood Red Shoes
Mull Historical Society
Here We Go Magic
Lonsdale Boys Club
Band Of Skulls
Webster Ward and Fisher
Brown Bear & The Bandits
Chris Devotion and the Expectations
The Machine Room
The Mirror Trap
Organs of Love
The Original Rudeboys
The Beautiful Word
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