The past few days in the south of England have seen the hottest June weather for many years - but is it set to last?
We've compiled the latest weather forecasts from the UK's top weather forecasters, so you can keep on top of the inevitably changing Glastonbury weather forecast.
At the moment, all the main forecasters are unanimous on the festival dodging one of its legendary mud-baths. There are varying predictions of rain, sun and clouds - but the overall picture isn't looking too bad at all.
Overall, the forecast for Glastonbury Festival 2017 is:
What the forecasters say so far...
Netweather.tv's latest prediction is that the hot weather will continue throughout Wednesday, but then will cool down with the chance of a shower, or even a thundery downpour. Get more info over at Netweather.tv.
Forecast: Hot, then fresher
The Weather Outlook also forecasts a hot start to the festival, with a drop in temperatures from Friday, and some rain on Saturday. By that time, you might be well and truly baked, so a few drops of rain might be welcome.
Forecast: Hot, then cloudy with rain
The Weather Channel predicts a big drop in temperatures on Thursday, with showers on Thursday morning and Saturday morning, but apart from that, the festival looks set for sunshine and clouds.
Forecast: Sun, then some showers
Accuweather forecasts a sunny and cloudy festival, with the rain only arriving on the Monday after the festival, so make sure you're packed up by then.
Forecast: Sun and clouds
Festiweather is predicting a mixture of sunshine and clouds - with a gloomy-looking Sunday. So just in time for Ed Sheeran to pop on to the Pyramid Stage to cheer everyone up.
Forecast: Sun and clouds
Metcheck forecasts a rainbow on Thursday 22 June, which sounds lovely. Other than that, it's sunshine and clouds all the way, with just a spot or two of rain on the Saturday.
Forecast: Sun and clouds - and a rainbow!
The Met Office forecast has perked up in the past few days - it now predicts only a small chance of rain, and sunshine and clouds throughout.
Want the most accurate Glastonbury Festival weather forecast? Search for 'Pilton'
Despite being called 'The Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts', the festival is actually geographically closer to Shepton Mallet - but I think we can agree that doesn't have the same ring to it.
if you want to get the most accurate weather forecast for the festival, then search for 'Pilton', which is the village that boats the Worthy Farm site.