Weather updates for Glastonbury: The latest Met Office weather forecast predicts a rainy start to the generally sunny festival

Glastonbury 2023 is fast approaching and the music festival will open its doors on Wednesday (21 June).

Festival-goers prepare to see this year’s headliners Arctic Monkeys, Guns N’ Roses and Elton John. Other acts in the lineup include Lizzo, Lana Del Rey, Lewis Capaldi, Texas and Kelis.

It’s less than a week for the first visitors to arrive on the Worthy Farm grounds, and revelers are no doubt updating their weather apps to see what to expect over the five days.

Weather experts provide regular updates on the latest forecasts for Pilton, Somerset – and at the moment it looks like it will be mostly dry.

The overview of the weather forecast for Glastonbury can be found – as specified by Accuweather– under.

Wednesday June 21st It’s expected to be mostly sunny with a high chance of small showers for a few hours in the afternoon. The temperature is expected to be 21 degrees.

Thursday June 22nd The beginning is supposed to be cloudy, but in the afternoon the sun will shine in full force. Predicted highs of 22 degrees, scattered showers are expected in the afternoon.

Friday June 23rd It will be mostly sunny with highs of 23 degrees.

Saturday June 24th It will be like Friday – sunny with highs of 23 degrees.

Sunday June 25th It’s expected to be a bit cloudy, but if the sun comes out, highs of 24 degrees are expected.

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This list will be updated as more accurate forecasts become available.

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Emma Bowman

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