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11 minutes ago, briddj said:

 

THIS WEEKENDThe Pilton force-field is in full effect as the rain goes east…

 


Weather for the week ahead on the beeb looked faaaaaakin grim for this weekend… so if this does miss whilst I’m on site building… 🙏

As has been said previously, prepared to take one for the team to keep you petals dry during the week. 😘

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3 minutes ago, chazwwe said:

Highs of 15 could is without any wind chill. Say it hits 11 degrees around 9pm with a bit of wind. Thats coat weather. 

Ive done Coachella with 40 in the day and then 12 at night with dust storm level winds just In shorts and a hoodie. Ive got a scarf and a couple of layers for next week, piece of cake. 

 

Also, gold Bond is the chaffing solution!

 

 

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Depends how sunny it is with those temperatures. 15 could easily feel like 20 if it’s sunny, but the nights would be chilly. Still think it’s unlikely we’d have so many consecutive days of well below average temperatures though, it’ll warm up.

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1 minute ago, yehbutnobut said:


Weather for the week ahead on the beeb looked faaaaaakin grim for this weekend… so if this does miss whilst I’m on site building… 🙏

As has been said previously, prepared to take one for the team to keep you petals dry during the week. 😘

Seems to be at its worst overnight from Saturday into Sunday - but not great news if Sunday is the main arrival day.

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6 minutes ago, stuartbert two hats said:

For the weather bods - is there a relationship between the sudden drop in temperatures this weekend and the subsequent divergence of the lines, beyond the fact that they're a further away in time? Is there something about the breakdown that's inherently chaotic? And once we're past that change in the weather, do we expect things to become more predictable? I.e. when next week starts, do we expect to have a fair degree of certainty of the festival weather conditions?

Yes is the simple answer. By Sunday night we should have a very good idea of the chances of a total washout or not. Then it's down to the details from Monday. 

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5 minutes ago, yehbutnobut said:


Weather for the week ahead on the beeb looked faaaaaakin grim for this weekend… so if this does miss whilst I’m on site building… 🙏

As has been said previously, prepared to take one for the team to keep you petals dry during the week. 😘

Local weather man in SW was saying they are uncertain if it will get this far  will change day by day no doubt

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8 minutes ago, stuartbert two hats said:

Is that simply because of time, or because of the breakdown?

think it's a bit of both isn't it? models are struggling to forecast what happens after the hot weather end of this week, but they also disagree when further away in time.

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2 minutes ago, steviewevie said:

looks good, but rain risk is fairly high over the weekend.

Have you noticed the correlation between low pressure, cold temperatures and rain chance?

As is stands any rain won’t dry up so we’ll all be wearing wet clothes on wet ground. 

This is why we want the pressure high and sun warm. 

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One positive looking at this chart from the Met Office in regards to the rainfall on Sunday is the majority of it looks to be falling through the night. First chart is 3am. Second is 6am which shows the rain has gone north (where it belongs 😉)

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Netweather NMM Image

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31 minutes ago, TaylorT said:

Love how some are saying those temps are chilly. Those are heatwave temperatures up here in Scotland. 

It's making me laugh a lot. Cannot believe some can see negatives in the above forecast....no rain, mostly sunny and not below 18C any day. 

That's unbelievable festival weather

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16 minutes ago, squirrelarmy said:

Have you noticed the correlation between low pressure, cold temperatures and rain chance?

As is stands any rain won’t dry up so we’ll all be wearing wet clothes on wet ground. 

This is why we want the pressure high and sun warm. 

By warm you mean 18C I suppose

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2 minutes ago, Billy Corgan's Ego said:

It's making me laugh a lot. Cannot believe some can see negatives in the above forecast....no rain, mostly sunny and not below 18C any day. 

That's unbelievable festival weather

People contemplating taking hats n scarves 😂😂😂😂

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