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What heatwave? Here’s the weather forecast for Y Not Festival and Kendal Calling 2018

Rain, rain, go away...

Revellers heading out to Derbyshire’s Y Not Festival and Cumbria’s Kendal Calling this weekend look to be subjected to rain.

Parts of the UK including London and the South Of England, however, remain sweltering in the summer heatwave.

BBC Weather reports that, while much of Britain will cool down in the coming days, temperatures are due to rise again from the middle of next week.

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Check out the weather forecast for the weekend’s music below:

Y Not

Friday July 27 (The Libertines, Manic Street Preachers, Circa Waves, and more): Thundery showers and a gentle breeze with temperatures dropping below 27° from 6pm – Buy tickets here

Kendal Calling

Friday July 27 (Catfish & The Bottlemen, James, White Lies, and more): Sunny intervals and a moderate breeze with temperatures dropping below 24° from 6pm – Buy tickets here

Y Not

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Saturday July 28 (Catfish & The Bottlemen, Kaiser Chiefs, The Amazons): Light rain and a fresh breeze as temperatures reach a high of 20°

Kendal Calling

Saturday July 28 (Plan B, Shed Seven, Fun Lovin’ Criminals): Light rain and a moderate breeze as temperatures reach a high of 18°

Y Not

Sunday July 29 (Jamiroquai, The Wombats, The Go! Team, and more): Heavy rain and a fresh breeze as temperatures reach a high of 20°

Kendal Calling

Sunday July 29 (The Libertines, Ocean Colour Scene, The Sherlocks, and more): Heavy rain and a fresh breeze as temperatures reach a high of 19°

Well, they do say you should always pack your wellies for British festivals.

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