Festival-goers at this weekend's Leeds Festival have been told to expect a mixture of sunshine and heavy showers, the Met Office has said.
The festival, which takes place alongside the Reading festival from August 26-28, will feature headline performances from Pulp, The Strokes, My Chemical Romance and Muse.
Heavy rain is forecast for Muse’s headlining slot today (August 26), although conditions are set to improve going into the weekend.
“There will be some strong gusts of wind but it will be a dry weekend with sunny spells,” a spokesperson for The Met Office told Gigwise, adding that temperatures will reach highs of around 18 degrees.
Other acts on the bill include Interpol, Elbow, The National, Pete Doherty, 30 Seconds To Mars and Bring Me The Horizon.
For more information about the Reading and Leeds festivals and all this summer's festivals, check out the Gigwise Festival Guide.