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Glastonbury Weather: The latest Met Office forecast threatens thunderstorms over Pilton

Glastonbury 2022 has finally begun, the legendary music festival opening its doors after two years of pandemic-related cancellations.

Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar headline the weekend, while hundreds of other acts perform on the festival’s many stages.

Weather experts will provide regular updates on the current forecast for Worthy Farm (or more specifically, the nearest village of Pilton) throughout the five-day event.

Below is an overview of the forecast weather during the Glastonbury period battery weather.

Wednesday June 22nd was mostly sunny and “gorgeous”, with temperatures up to 27 degrees.

Thursday 23 June is forecast to be mostly pleasant with an afternoon thunderstorm and temperatures of up to 25 degrees. The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for thunderstorms.

Friday June 24th In the afternoon there will be a shower or two and some stronger winds, with the peak temperature dropping to 19 degrees.

Saturday June 25th will be windy and cloudy with rain showers. The temperature will be around 17 degrees.

Glastonbury Festival photographed in 2014

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Sunday June 26th It will be cloudy with some showers and temperatures up to 18 degrees. The wind should decrease as the day progresses.

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

Here’s a ranking of the 20 greatest Glastonbury gigs.

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JOE HERNANDEZ

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