This year's Glastonbury Festival has begun its final day. The good news is that rain looks unlikely, but Worthy Farm could still be cold and cloudy. It's time to put the ponchos back in the rucksack and fish out the fleeces.
In this regularly updated article, we'll be posting all the latest Glastonbury weather forecasts for this year's festival.
Unfortunately, it seems like the blazing sunshine of earlier this week may have already died off, with Accuweather suggesting that it'll be cloudy, on the cool side and there's a chance of rain.
The similar forecast over at BBC Weather suggests that you may still be in need of a jacket, with temperatures floating around 16-18ºC. It will, however, be humid. The ideal humidity is around 40% and it's set to be more than 70% today. So it might not be blazing hot but you'll be sweating nonetheless.
Over on the The Met Office, reports are looking similarly underwhelming, with suggestions of more clouds, light rain, but with some sunshine come 7pm.
They say it'll be:
Rather cloudy with only limited brightness and patchy rain or drizzle through much of Sunday. This will clear southwards later in the day with drier conditions to follow and some brightness. Fairly breezy at first but with winds easing. Maximum temperature 21 °C.
After a dry evening with some sunny intervals, cloud will gradually thicken from the west overnight but it should remain dry. Turning fairly cool in more rural spots. Minimum temperature 10 °C.