One of the biggest music festivals of the year is set to take place at the end of the month. Glastonbury will once again welcome festival-goers from Wednesday June 22 to Sunday June 26.
Headlining the weekend are artists such as Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar. They aren’t the only big names heading to Somerset for the big festival, with others such as Sam Fender and Diana Ross also set to perform.
The weather for the festival is not always what you would expect for the time of year. However, this year fans might be ready for a few hot days in the sun.
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Early forecasts indicate that temperatures are expected to be average to warm for the festival. However, it may not be completely dry as the Met Office has said there could be spells of rain and showers throughout the week.
Towards the end of the weekend it should be drier than average for the time of year. They once again did not rule out the possibility of rain and a few showers throughout Saturday and Sunday.
The Met Office said: “While cloudy conditions with outbreaks of rain are expected in the north and west, where there will also be breezes; the south and east will see mostly dry weather with some Temperatures will be around average in the north, but often feeling warm further south – possibly hot or very hot conditions in the southeast for some time.
“Further ahead we are likely to see rather changeable conditions, with spells of rain or showers in many areas, particularly the north. More stable conditions are expected in the southwest. Temperatures will range from near normal to warm in most places.”
Regarding the end of the weekend, the Met Office said: “As we approach the end of June, a period of drier than average conditions is expected for the most part. Although some periods of rain or showers are still possible almost everywhere.”
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This notice was published: 2022-06-10 17:52:07