Glastonbury day 2: Weather report

Looks like the weather predictions were right…

Glastonbury looks set for a rainy start today (June 22), as previous weather reports seem to be quite accurate for the rest of the festival.

As BBC Weather reports, the next few days will feature regular showers, some being heavy.

The showers which have been affecting the site so far yesterday (June 21) will continue throughout the rest of the day. But at times the sun will shine and temperatures should just about reach 18 degrees.


Overnight you can expect a few light showers and a minimum temperature of 11 degrees – which won’t be too chilly for campers on the site.

Tomorrow (June 23) is expected to be broadly similar to today with a mixture of sunshine and showers, with lighter winds than today (June 22). This means that it may feel a little warmer, despite similar temperatures. But it also means that any showers will be very slow moving, so when the showers do hit Worthy Farm, they could last quite some time.

Further showers are expected on both Saturday and Sunday, although there may be a little more in the way of sunshine.


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