Glastonbury 2019 weather: the latest forecast

26 June 2019, 12:47 | Updated: 26 June 2019, 16:12

The Glastonbury weather forecast looks promising
The Glastonbury weather forecast looks promising. Picture: Getty

Glastonbury 2019 here - and this is what the weather's looking like at the moment.

Glastonbury festival 2019 weather:

Glastonbury week will be cloudy and humid but dry, with highs of 23C.

Thursday 27 June will see sunshine with a fresh breeze, with highs of 25C.

Friday 28 June will be sunny, with highs of 27C and a low of 17C at night. Some sources are citing a high on Friday of 32C.

Saturday 29 June will be sunny with highs of 26C and a low of 14C at night.

Sunday 30 June will be cooler with highs of 19C, cloudy in the morning but sunnier by 4pm.

Monday 1 July will be a touch cooler at 17C, but still dry and clear as festival-goers leave the site.

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Glastonbury 2019 runs until Sunday 30 June, with headliners including The Cure, Stormzy, The Killers and Liam Gallagher.

The festival - which first started in 1970 - has seen its fair share of washouts, with the 1997 event being one of the muddiest of all-time. The following year was also hit with horrendous weather, with many festival-goers bailing on the Saturday.

In 2005 and 2007, Worthy Farm was completely flooded.

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However, it's good news for the festival in 2019, with the rainy and humid weather set to clear in favour of sunshine - with some commentators saying it could be the hottest one yet.

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