Glastonbury Festival 2019 latest weather forecast: Will it rain?
24 May 2019, 20:06 | Updated: 30 May 2019, 10:27
The world-famous Somerset festival is almost upon us, but what will the weather be like at Worthy Farm? Get the latest weather forecast here.
Glastonbury 2019 is almost ready to open its doors, playing host to thousands of acts across four days of music and merriment.
The famous Somerset festival, which takes place from 26-30 June 2019, has already confirmed headliners in Stormzy, The Cure and The Killers, and shared its official line-up poster which includes names such as Liam Gallagher, Janet Jackson, Tame Impala, The Chemical Brothers, Vampire Weekend and much more.
Now the festival is beginning to share which artists are set for its individual areas such as its famous Park Stage, there's only one big question left on everyone's lips; what will the weather be like?
Whether or not there are non stop rain or blistering sunshine at a festival can mean the difference between a positive festival experience and an absolute slog.
So what will the weather be like at Worthy Farm for Glastonbury Festival 2019?
Get the latest Glastonbury weather forecast below...
What will the weather be like for Glastonbury 2019?
If you're off to the festival this year, than it looks like it's mostly positive news... but you will still need wellies and a mac.
According to accuweather.com, there will be some cloudy weather, the festival will experience highs of 23 degrees and lows of 11 degrees with some sunshine.
It's opening day on Wednesday 26 June promises to be "windy" with highs of 19 and Thursday - which is the first day the music officially starts - will be "mostly sunny" with highs of 22.
The biggest days, which take place on the Friday and Saturday night of the festival will experience times of cloud and sun, but will also see highs of 23 degrees and lows of 12 degrees, according to the website.
While the festival is over and done with by Monday 1 July, no one wants to pack up their tents in the rain, so highs of 22 and lows of 12 degrees "low clouds,"which "may break" will no doubt ease the journey back home.
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