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Glastonbury festival 2011 weather update: Mainly dry, chance of showers

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Glastonbury 2011

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The Glastonbury festival is on course to have a moderately dry weekend, the Met Office has forecast.

Showers are predicted to drench festival-goers for the remainder of today with temperatures stalling at 14°C and dipping to 12°C for surprise performers Radiohead and headliners U2 this evening.

Drizzle will continue throughout the night and into the early hours of Saturday with campers expected to awaken to fog. As the fog clears, the cloud will also move on and crowds will be greeted by long sunny spells through the day and into Coldplay's headline set. Temperatures will hit a high of 22°C, plunging to 12°C at nightfall.

Sunday will continue to be dry and sunny with the climate reaching a weekend high of 26°C. Beyoncé's headline spectacle will take place under a clear moonlit sky with temperatures dipping to 14°C.

Monday will remain dry while the mass exodus from Worthy Farm ensues, with winds calming to 20mph.

Digital Spy is bringing you news from Glastonbury festival 2011 all weekend - view our guide to the festival and click here to stay abreast of our full coverage.

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