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Posted: 02-June-2011 at 7:42pm | IP Logged Quote king mob

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It's still three weeks to go, but signs are positive we're going to get another dry year, and even one as hot as last year.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/weather/8550522/Wimbledon-and-Glastonbury-set-to-be-scorching.html

It's been as dry as a bone down here in the South West for months now, and we've had only a few days where it's rained since the start of March, so unless it utterly chucks it down between now and the festival it'll be rock hard when we all turn up for the festival!

Less than three weeks to go and we'll all find out for ourselves....

 
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Ok, the forecast is that we're not going to be cooked alive
as we were last year, and we're getting that great British
classic sunshine and showers.


However the Met Office are saying any decent weather for
next week will be focused on the Southwest while the rest
of you outside the area drown.


Well, maybe not that bad, but the start of next week will be
wet. Now a few wee birdies have said that the site has
changed from being the rockhard dust-filled farm of a
fortnight ago, to being a bit muddier and altogether damp
after the recent rains down here. There's a huge amount of
rain forecast tomorrow and Monday for here, but currently
the Met Office are saying it'll get drier but we'll still have
showers after Monday night. the washout some sites were
predicting last week is (touch wood) not going to happen.


I'll take that. Though if it becomes dry I'll also take that.
 
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