Glastonbury Festival weather – rain forecast once again

Showers are once again predicted, but only on Friday (June 24)

Glastonbury Festival weather – rain forecast once again

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Glastonbury is set to see some rain over the weekend, but only on Friday (June 24) evening, according to the latest weather forecast.

According to Metcheck, yesterday's (June 21) forecast of a rain free weekend is now looking unlikely, but the downpour will be confined to only Friday evening, meaning a potentially damp U2 headline set.

Other than this, it will be dry all weekend, with no rain forecast for tomorrow (June 23) either, meaning most campers will be able to set up without a soaking.



The site will be damp on arrival, with rain currently falling in Somerset as the first people arrive onsite. That is set to continue throughout this afternoon.

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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