V Festival weather forecast – two days to go

Will it be rain or shine for Oasis and The Killers?

V Festival weather forecast – two days to go
There are two more days to go until the V Festival kicks off (August 22-23) – and the weather reports are looking good.

According to prediction service Metcheck, the Chelmsford site is set to be dry all Saturday (22) with just a few clouds in the sky. Temperatures should peak at 22 degrees Celsius. The BBC predicts similar conditions.

On Sunday Chelmsford should be similarly dry with a bit of cloud, according to both services. Temperatures should peak at around 24 degrees Celsius.

The good weather should be mirrored on the Stafford site on Saturday, with both services predicting sunny intervals and a maximum temperature of between 20 and 22 degrees Celsius.

On Sunday the BBC predicts heavy rain in Stafford – although Metcheck predicts no rain, sunny intervals and temperatures peaking at 23 degrees Celsius.

V Festival will see acts including Oasis, The Killers, Lily Allen and Pete Doherty play live.

NME.COM will be coming live from both the V Festival sites this weekend (August 22-23). Stay tuned to NME.COM/festivals/v-festival for news reports, blogs, video interviews and photos from the events. Plus get next Wednesday's (August 26) issue of NME for the ultimate V Festival review.

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