Glastonbury to be hit by THUNDERSTORMS and torrential rain as Met Office issues warning


Music fans have defied national rail strikes crippling the UK’s transport system as well as threats of camping in torrential rain for the second day of Glastonbury festival. 

Forecasters have put a yellow warning in place between 10am and 11.59pm today – with torrential lightning, hail and flooding expected across the country.

The mud synonymous with Glastonbury is set to make an appearance, with thunderstorms and torrential downpours predicted from today – meaning festivalgoers will have…



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