With the UK’s most iconic music festival, Glastonbury, being just around the corner what better time to look up to the skies.
Glastonbury’s weather is always a concern for festival-goers who fear a re-run of the infamous 2005 washout, which in turn created the legendary mud-fest. However, early forecasts from Accuweather suggest Glasto-goers don’t have too much to worry about this year. Forecaster predicts ‘abundant sunshine’ for the first day of the festival.
On every day of the festival from the Wednesday (June 21) to the Sunday (June 25), the forecast is for a mix of sunny and cloudy weather with temperatures peaking at a reasonably warm 22C on the Saturday and Sunday. At the moment, each day only carries a 20-25% chance of rain.