Glastonbury Festival 2023 weather

Forecast tools and features to help you

21st May 2023

Glastonbury Festival overview

The Glastonbury 2023 takes place between June 21st and 25th at Pilton, Somerset. June has a reputation for bringing mixed weather to the UK and a number of festivals in early summer have had to contend with muddy conditions in recent years.

There is even a term for the unsettled conditions which can develop at this time of the year - the “European Monsoon”. It  refers to the strengthening of westerly flow during June and July, increasing the risk of wet weather. Unpredictable and often weak, it’s most likely to occur in late June or early July. This could explain why Glastonbury is associated with rain and mud, but records show not all festivals have coincided with poor weather.

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Glastonbury forecast options and tools

On TWO a range of features have been added recently to provide a more in-depth view of the weather prospects than is often the case with web site or app based forecasts.


16 day Glastonbury Festival weather forecast

The easiest and quickest option which updates 4 times daily.


Glastonbury 3 day hourly forecast

Gives an hour by hour view and allows you to change the computer model data used at the tap of a button to check for forecast consistency. Also, the rain and storm percentage chance is shown if you select the UKV model.


16 day Will it rain at the Glastonbury Festival

Uses multiple computer models to give a percentage chance of rain falling on a given day.


16 day Will it thunder at the Glastonbury Festival

Uses multiple computer models to give a percentage chance of thunder on a given day.


16 day Will it be hot at the Glastonbury Festival

Uses multiple computer models to give a percentage chance of temperatures exceeding different thresholds on a given day.


16 day Glastonbury ensemble forecast

Ensembles forecast graphs showing upper air temperatures, rain, temperatures, pressure and mean wind speeds and snow depths (although we don't expect you to need those!)   

Despite the in-depth forecasts and use of multiple computer models, it is important to remember that showery rain in the summer months can be very localised. The upshot is conditions can vary a lot over even short distances. 

Request forecasts by voice control

If your phone or device supports it, you can request forecasts by voice control.

1) Just tap the microphone icon near the top of the screen (If there isn't one your device doesn't support this feature)

2) Say, "weather for Glastonbury" or "hourly weather for Glastonbury" or if you're at the festival you can try "my weather" which will locate you (if you allow it to) and show the latest forecast

3) Say "radar" to check the latest rain radar which provides the current view rather than a forecast

The prospects could be described as mixed.

Check the charts

If you'd like to check things out for yourself using charts and data sets from a huge range of computer models then take a look at the Model Inventory.

Go ad free for the best experience and extra charts

Going ad free on the web site will also give you access to additional charts from the high resolution UKV model. They provide zoom and bespoke options. See Advert free access on our website for more information. 

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Short to medium range
Medium to long range

See the Model inventory for the full list of model charts and data