Glastonbury festival weather forecast: rain predicted

It looks like it could be a bit damp at Worthy Farm

There are only three more nights until the musical action at the Glastonbury festival kicks off (June 26-28), and it looks like there could be a few rainy spells.

Weather prediction service Metcheck reports that Friday (June 26) could see showers hit the Somerset bash, before things get clearer throughout the weekend.

According to the service rain is set to fall fairly heavily from around 4pm (BST) and continue into the evening. Temperatures should peak at 23 degrees Celsius in the daytime.

On Saturday (June 27) light drizzle is predicted in the afternoon, with temperatures set to peak at 24 degrees Celsius.

On Sunday things should be sunnier and dryer, with temperatures predicted to peak at 27 degrees Celsius and no rain at all predicted throughout the day.

The gates for camping at the festival opens tomorrow (June 23).

Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen and Blur will headline the sold-out festival.

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