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21 minutes ago, steviewevie said:

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The hot weather was predicted to "break down" giving thunder storms during the festival in 2019 but it didn't come to pass.

Fingers crossed as we get closer lightening strikes twice (or doesn't, but you know what I mean...)

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26 minutes ago, Wilfko said:

For god sake why am I checking this thread multiple times a day again? I was so sure I wouldn't get hooked this year! I still vividly remember annoying the fuck out of my colleagues sharing updates.. the azores finger!

That said it's going to be a good year, i've been Glasto 2010, 2015, 2017 and 2019, all of them were good so I can't see why that will ever change now.

Bloody love that Azores Finger. 

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netweather monthly forecast updated...and looks like normal british weather..i.e. changeable, some sun, some rain, not that hot.

https://www.netweather.tv/weather-forecasts/uk/long-range/monthly

Week 3: Monday 20th June - Sunday 26th June

During this period it looks likely that the low pressure anomaly centre will shift to the east of Britain, with a high pressure anomaly in the mid-North Atlantic, resulting in a cooler west to north-westerly type often establishing over Britain. With the low pressure anomaly to the east being closer to the UK than the high pressure anomaly to the west, it is forecast to remain generally changeable with some low pressure systems and fronts and associated rain belts moving across the country. There will be some brighter showery weather in between the rain belts.

As a result, mean temperatures are forecast to be close to or just below normal, with negative anomalies generally between 0 and 1C. Most parts of the UK can expect to be wetter and cloudier than average, with eastern England especially likely to be somewhat wetter than average. Sunshine may end up close to or slightly above average in some western areas, particularly Northern Ireland.

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1 minute ago, steviewevie said:

netweather monthly forecast updated...and looks like normal british weather..i.e. changeable, some sun, some rain, not that hot.

https://www.netweather.tv/weather-forecasts/uk/long-range/monthly

Week 3: Monday 20th June - Sunday 26th June

During this period it looks likely that the low pressure anomaly centre will shift to the east of Britain, with a high pressure anomaly in the mid-North Atlantic, resulting in a cooler west to north-westerly type often establishing over Britain. With the low pressure anomaly to the east being closer to the UK than the high pressure anomaly to the west, it is forecast to remain generally changeable with some low pressure systems and fronts and associated rain belts moving across the country. There will be some brighter showery weather in between the rain belts.

As a result, mean temperatures are forecast to be close to or just below normal, with negative anomalies generally between 0 and 1C. Most parts of the UK can expect to be wetter and cloudier than average, with eastern England especially likely to be somewhat wetter than average. Sunshine may end up close to or slightly above average in some western areas, particularly Northern Ireland.

Too many anomalies for my liking 

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11 minutes ago, steviewevie said:

netweather monthly forecast updated...and looks like normal british weather..i.e. changeable, some sun, some rain, not that hot.

https://www.netweather.tv/weather-forecasts/uk/long-range/monthly

Week 3: Monday 20th June - Sunday 26th June

During this period it looks likely that the low pressure anomaly centre will shift to the east of Britain, with a high pressure anomaly in the mid-North Atlantic, resulting in a cooler west to north-westerly type often establishing over Britain. With the low pressure anomaly to the east being closer to the UK than the high pressure anomaly to the west, it is forecast to remain generally changeable with some low pressure systems and fronts and associated rain belts moving across the country. There will be some brighter showery weather in between the rain belts.

As a result, mean temperatures are forecast to be close to or just below normal, with negative anomalies generally between 0 and 1C. Most parts of the UK can expect to be wetter and cloudier than average, with eastern England especially likely to be somewhat wetter than average. Sunshine may end up close to or slightly above average in some western areas, particularly Northern Ireland.

Just wait until 'you know who' gets wind of this... 🙄

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I've started gathering things, and I've managed to find my unused (from 2018/2019) rain poncho and I'll be bringing it along again to please the weather gods

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3 minutes ago, steviewevie said:

is there we start saying that we've had enough of experts?

Independent Weather.

I think it could catch on if all we do is post about rain or something else weather related which is immensely miserable?

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