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18 minutes ago, LSTx said:

Not weather related but something I found funny.. bored browsing at work and stumbled across this pic from Glasto in 1990, whats going on here? ??

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I'm pretty sure that was Archaos. They did all sorts of crazy shit cutting up cars and using chainsaws. 

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You twisted my arm... put another log on the fire and pass the hip flask. It's a long yarn, but a good one. Anyone who was there in 2007 knows there was only one way to survive that weekend - and

You think they’d release the weather now the full lineup is out. 

Hi guys.  As suggested by @JoeyT - I've updated the Rainfall records summary table I put together in 2017... The historical data is taken from here:  https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/had

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2 minutes ago, elias said:

I'm pretty sure that was Archaos. They did all sorts of crazy shit cutting up cars and using chainsaws. 

Yep that was them. Came on after the headliners every night and did Mad shit

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6 minutes ago, elias said:

I'm pretty sure that was Archaos. They did all sorts of crazy shit cutting up cars and using chainsaws. 

madness, im looking through the glastonbury gallery and the longdrops...never used to have doors?

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10 minutes ago, psychology said:

Good summary of the uncertainty.

Relevant bits:

2 scenarios possible. "(1)Threat of big intense thunder storms or (2) it'll be cloudy and showery. We're pretty sure its going to be one of those two so we're saying - its not going to be high pressure, fine weather". 

"If you're packing for Glastonbury.......I think what we can say is that you will need wellies because the ground is going to be soggy".

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Can't divulge my sources but just been sent this from INSIDE Worthy Farm itself. Bit concerning considering the picture is taken on slightly higher ground, but with a bit of sun I'm sure the whole place will dry out.

If not at least the Goan Fish Curry stand will be well stocked.

 

 

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6 minutes ago, stuartbert two hats said:

That was a relatively boring thread - things were settled unusually early that year.

Same with the Headliners thread that year, seems we need a fallow year to keep us on our toes.

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30 minutes ago, barkley87 said:

It's just come up on my phone that this time 2 years ago my boyfriend was having to put a fan down his pants to stay cool. So I don't think we're in for 2017 weather (if anyone wasn't sure already). 

Except that the warm weather is being predicted to START next week, not this.

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14 minutes ago, The Nal said:

Relevant bits:

2 scenarios possible. "(1)Threat of big intense thunder storms or (2) it'll be cloudy and showery. We're pretty sure its going to be one of those two so we're saying - its not going to be high pressure, fine weather". 

"If you're packing for Glastonbury.......I think what we can say is that you will need wellies because the ground is going to be soggy".

So either way, it's going to be a mud bath. Fucking great.

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At least with the hot/humid/stormy option we get to sit at the top of the hill watching storms come in (and hopefully miss us) on Wednesday and Thursday. Love a bit of weather watching from the flag field!

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20 minutes ago, The Nal said:

Relevant bits:

2 scenarios possible. "(1)Threat of big intense thunder storms or (2) it'll be cloudy and showery. We're pretty sure its going to be one of those two so we're saying - its not going to be high pressure, fine weather". 

"If you're packing for Glastonbury.......I think what we can say is that you will need wellies because the ground is going to be soggy".

No wellies. Never wellies. As soon as it stops raining the ground will dry out and your feet will be BAKING in "feels like 29"!

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The guy literally said he didn't know what was going to happen. Hilarious! So this thread is, to quote Liam Gallagher, "As you were". It will either be miserable or crazy hot.

All to play for still. I'll be packing for both scenarios.

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1 minute ago, Hotchilidog said:

All to play for still. I'll be packing for both scenarios.

Both likely scenarios involve mud and wet weather which should make the task of packing for both pretty simple. 

At this stage I'm praying for 2011 with a massive turn of high pressure and sunshine at the weekend. That's all I've got at this stage. 

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1 minute ago, T-Mouse said:

Both likely scenarios involve mud and wet weather which should make the task of packing for both pretty simple. 

At this stage I'm praying for 2011 with a massive turn of high pressure and sunshine at the weekend. That's all I've got at this stage. 

Not really. Scenario two (the Spanish plume!) he said their "MAY" be the possibility of storms, he didn't say it with any certainty, simply because they still don't know what is happening with either front.

My gut feeling says a mixed bag, mostly dry with the odd shower thrown in. It's more akin to something like 2015 (which had some mud but not loads)  rather than 2016 which was very sticky indeed.

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