St. Vincent might have some dramatic stormy accompaniments
Alexandra Pollard

17:30 17th August 2015

Green Man is set to take place in Wales' Brecon Beacons this weekend - and, as far as the weather goes, it's going to be a mixed bag.

The festival will be headlined by St. Vincent, Super Furry Animals and Hot Chip, with Slowdive, Father John Misty, Courtney Barnett, Marika Hackman and Jamie xx also set to appear.

According to BBC Weather, after a dry start, the festival will be hit with persistent, but not catastrophic, rain showers through much of the weekend. On Sunday, some thundery showers are possible, so bring plenty of changes of clothes.

See the full daily weather forecast for Green Man below

Thursday, 20 August: A dry start, with highs of 19 degrees C, with some slight rain showers breaking out late afternoon/early evening. The showers should clear by later in the evening.

Friday, 21 August: Dryer than Thursday, but no warmer, with the possibility of light showers at around 7pm.

Saturday, 22 August: Likely highs of 19 degrees C with light rain showers possible throughout the day. Lows of 13 degrees C at night, but becoming dry.

Sunday, 23 August: Thundery showers possible during the day, with highs of 17 degrees C. Light showers likely at night, with temperatures of around 12 degrees C.

Green Man Festival takes place in the Brecon Beacons, Wales between 20 and 23 August. See the full line-up here. For tickets and more information, click here.

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