T In The Park weather forecast latest – Heavy rain and thunder predicted

Pack your waterproofs if you're heading North of the border this weekend

T In The Park weather forecast latest – Heavy rain and thunder predicted

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T In The Park is set for a soggy weekend, according to weather forecasts today (July 5).

According to Metcheck, it is set to rain throughout Thursday (July 7) as punters are arriving and will be heavier throughout Friday (July 8), meaning Arctic Monkeys, The View and Plan B will have to play through the showers.

Saturday (July 9) is not looking much better with showers and thunder and lightning predicted for most of the day. This is predicted to stop by the evening, so Coldplay and Beyonce should enjoy rain free sets.

Sunday (July 10) is actually set to be dry for most of the day, with temperatures hitting 17° in the afternoon. However, the rain will return in the evening, forcing Pulp and Foo Fighters to end the weekend in the wet.

T In The Park takes place this weekend (July 8 - 10), and will be headlined by Arctic Monkeys, Coldplay and Foo Fighters.

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

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