Roll on 2021...

It seems that this year's Glastonbury Festival would have been a scorcher.

Last year's Worthy Farm weekender was one of the hottest on record, with temperatures peaking at 30 degrees Celsius across the site.

2020 has been called off due to COVID-19, but it seems that Glastonbury could well have broken that record.

A prolonged period of dry days in the local area would see temperatures soar, reaching a peak of around 28 degrees Celsius.

BBC News reports that the chance of precipitation will not exceed 20% over the Glastonbury weekend.

What could have been...

Glastonbury would have run across the weekend of June 26th - 30th - BBC will be hosting an all-weekend extravaganza instead.

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