Weather watch: what to pack this weekend

Hop Farm, Wireless, Arcade Fire in Hyde Park, more

Weather watch: what to pack this weekend

Photographer: Sara BowreyDaniel Fahey on 30 June 2011

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Following an afternoon of sunshine and highs of 21°C, those set for the massive Arcade Fire gig in London this evening (Thursday) can expect to be welcomed by some light rain showers around 4pm.

It should morph into white cloud by the time the band come on with temperatures dropping to 16°C.

The weather for Hop Farm Festival 2011 looks favourable on the Friday (1 July) for the Eagles with sunshine for the majority of the day, interspersed by cloud and highs of 18°C.

For Morrissey on Saturday (2 July), it will mainly be white cloud in the day as temperature push 18°C before staying party cloudy in the evening, while Prince fans will be pleased to hear that no rain is predicted for Sunday (3 July) with sunny intervals and temperatures reaching 21°C.

Those heading to Wireless for Black Eyed Peas on Friday will be treated to sunny intervals throughout the day with highs of     22°C, before the weather follows suit on Saturday for The Chemical Brothers.

Pulp’s London return on the Sunday will be slightly cooler with sunshine and clouds but highs could reach 21°C.

Flaming Lips will headline Live at Jodrell Bank on Saturday night and those heading to the gig will enjoy highs of 19°C with sunny intervals expected too.

All weather reports were taken from BBC Weather.

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