Glastonbury weather forecast: Dry and sunny all day

Today's temperatures expected to reach 22°C.

Glastonbury looks set to enjoy dry and sunny weather all day today (27 June).

Following yesterday’s showers, The Met Office is forecasting a fine, dry Saturday with maximum temperatures of 22°C.

Rain looks likely to return after midnight tonight, however, with cloud from the west forecast to bring outbreaks of rain eastwards after midnight. Temperatures are not expected to drop below 13°C tonight and the rain should clear away to the east by Sunday morning (28 June).

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Yesterday saw The Libertines perform a secret set on The Pyramid Stage, filling the gap in the line-up left vacant when Florence + The Machine stepped up to the headline slot to replace the injured Dave Grohl’s Foo Fighters.

The group played new tracks ‘Gunga Gin’, ‘You’re My Waterloo’ and ‘Anthem For Doomed Youth’, which was performed for the very first time. Co-frontman Pete Doherty dedicated a song to his late friend Alan Wass, who died of a heart attack in April this year. Doherty said: “Mr Alan Wass if you’re up there looking down, I’m down here looking up.”

Florence And The Machine’s last-minute headline set on the Pyramid Stage saw the singer running into the crowd and covering Foo Fighters track ‘Times Like These’ in tribute to Dave Grohl, who was forced to pull out of the top spot when he broke his leg earlier this month.

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