This year's Glastonbury could be the warmest in the event's history.
The festival returns to its Worthy Farm site for the first time since 2017's instalment, in which temperatures rose to a record breaking 31.2°C.
Now the Met Office are claiming that this year could exceed that, with a rush of warm air helping to remove those summer rain clouds.
The BBC reports that initial rainfall on site will be gone by the time gates swing open on Wednesday (June 26th) when temperatures will hit a high of 23 degrees Celsius.
It gets warmer, though - Thursday and Friday could be scorchers, with Friday tipped to reach a tastefully seasonable 27 degrees Celsius.
The weekend should follow suit, state the BBC, with temperatures remaining at 24° on Saturday before cooling at 21° on the closing Sunday.
Glastonbury runs between June 26th - 30th - confirmed acts include Stormzy, Janet Jackson, Liam Gallagher, The Killers, The Cure, and more.
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