August 15, 2008 10:32

V Festival weather forecast – one day to go

Will it be rain or shine in Chelmsford and Staffordshire?

V Festival weather forecast – one day to go
The V Festival kicks off tomorrow (August 16) in Chelmsford and Staffordshire, and weather prediction service Metcheck has cast its verdict on whether it will be rain or shine at the two sites.

According to the service showers are expected tomorrow morning in Chelmsford, with things clearing up by lunchtime. However, more showers are expected from 4pm onwards and into the night. Temperatures should peak at 19 degrees Celsius.

Things should be less rain on Sunday (August 17) at the Chelmsford site with things set to remain dry until around 7pm, when showers are predicted. Temperatures should again peak at 19 degrees Celsius.

Over at the Staffordshire site things should be similarly damp. Rain is predicted to fall from lunch-time and into the evening, with temperatures peaking at 15 degrees Celsius.

However, on Sunday things should be fairly bright at the Staffordshire site, with a few showers late in the evening.

Keep checking NME.COM for the latest news, pictures, videos and blogs live from both V Festival Chelmsford and V Festival Staffordshire all weekend.

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