Glastonbury festival 2010 weather forecast – four days to go

Predictions are starting to come in for the Worthy Farm bash

With four days to go until Glastonbury kicks off, the first weather reports for the Worthy Farm bash are coming in.

At present, BBC Weather is predicting top temperatures of 23 degrees Celsius and a dry outlook up until Friday (June 25), at which point the five-day forecast finishes.

Independent forecasters Positive Weather Solutions are predicting dry and fine weather for the entire festival, with only an outside threat of a light shower on Thursday and Friday. According to the forecasters, the temperature will range from 22 degrees Celsius on Wednesday to 19 degrees Celsius by Sunday.

Glastonbury organisers, meanwhile, have also given festivalgoers some sage advice on Twitter ahead of this year’s bash.

They say: “Lots of you asking us about weather. We say play it safe: bring wellies, bring suncream and hope you get more use out of the latter.”

NME will be coming live from Glastonbury throughout the weekend. Head to NME.COM/festivals for the latest festival news, plus more weather updates.