Glastonbury Festival weather - no rain now predicted

Forecasts are improving for this weekend's event

Glastonbury Festival weather - no rain now predicted

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Glastonbury is set for a rain free weekend, according to weather forecasts this morning, but some showers will fall on Thursday (June 23).

According to Metcheck, light showers will hit Worthy Farm on Thursday afternoon, but this is set to be the only rainfall for the duration of the weekend.

Temperatures are also predicted to be warm, with highs of 16° on Friday (June 24), 20° on Saturday (June 25) and 23° on Sunday (June 26).


The site is still likely to be a bit damp on arrival, with spells of rain predicted for tomorrow (June 23) as well as Thursday. It also rained over the past weekend, according to reports from the site.

Glastonbury takes place this weekend (June 24-26), and will be headlined by U2, Coldplay and Beyonce.

Check NME.COM every day this week for the latest weather updates from Worthy Farm and all the latest news from the site.

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