Rain predicted for The Stone Roses' Heaton Park show tomorrow (June 29)

The band themselves should play a rain-free set though

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The Stone Roses play the first date of their three Heaton Park shows tomorrow (June 29) and the weather forecast is looking decidedly mixed.

According to the Met Office, heavy rain will hit the site all day today (June 28), meaning the ground will be pretty damp and the rain will continue to fall throughout tomorrow.

Rain is predicted to start to fall in late morning tomorrow and will continue to do so until mid-afternoon. After that, it should be dry, with temperatures hitting a high of 17 degrees.

Prospects for Saturday (June 30) and Sunday (July 1) don't look much better, with heavy rain forecast for throughout Saturday and for early morning on Sunday, although the sun is expected to come out for band's closing performance on Sunday night.

With just one day to go until Heaton Park, pick up a copy of this week's NME, which is available on newsstands from now or digitally, for the ultimate guide to Heaton Park.

NME's definitive review of the Stone Roses homecoming shows will hit newsstands next Wednesday (July 4) – if you want your photos to be included in the issue, tweet us your Heaton Park pictures or post them to Instagram using the hashtag #heatonparknme
















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