Thankfully, Met Office forecasters say this month’s miserable, wet weather may finally be coming to an end.
The weather agency is predicting drier and sunnier days in Pilton, where Glastonbury Festival is held, this week, with heavy rain only predicted on Tuesday (June 18).
From then on, it’ll be mostly cloudy with sunny intervals with the odd light shower.
Although the Met Office admits forecasts from June 21 onwards are hard to predict and likely to change, the long-range forecast looks promising so far.
Glastonbury begins on June 26 and the Met Office is predicting by the end of June, there’s a chance of “settled and warm weather”.
It says: “Towards the south and southeast it will most likely stay drier, and warm at times, but there is the risk of some thundery showers spreading in from the south.
“There are signs that high pressure may become more dominant by late-June, bringing a chance of settled and warm weather.”
The week leading up to Glastonbury is key to how muddy the festival site will be.
Wet weather in the lead-up to the festival means the ground gets churned up.
However so far it’s looking good, with updates from the site showing little sign of mud.