Glastonbury weather forecast: cloudy with rain for the most part

See a full day-by-day rundown of the weather for this year's festival

The weather at this year’s Glastonbury Festival looks set to be a generally cloudy and overcast affair with minor sunny intervals and bursts of rain showers.

The first arrivals made their way into Worthy Farm for the festival today (June 24), with a comprehensive weather report now available.

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The Met Office are currently forecasting a sunny morning on Wednesday (June 24), becoming increasingly overcast in the afternoon. Temperature will peak at 19 degrees.

Thursday (June 25) will be cloudy virtually throughout, with 20 per cent chance of rain. Temperatures will range from 14 to 20 degrees during the day.

On Friday (June 26), when Florence + the Machine will headline the Pyramid Stage, weather conditions will be mixed, with heavy downpours during the daytime and sunny intervals in the early evening.

Saturday (June 27), which sees Kanye West headlining in the night, will be largely cloudy, with the possibility of showers during the early morning.

The festival’s final day, Sunday (June 28) will see rain in the morning and evening, with minor sunny intervals. Temperatures are expected to be lower than previous days, ranging from 14 to 18 degrees.

Glastonbury 2015 takes place between June 24-28 at its traditional home of Worthy Farm, Somerset, headlined this year by Florence And The Machine, Kanye West and The Who.

Glastonbury recently unveiled the set times for this year’s main stages, with several frustrating clashes arising.

The festival has already run into a number of problems with Foo Fighters being forced to pull out of their headline set and organiser Emily Eavis revealing that she received death threats following the booking of Kanye West.