Festival-goers ran for shelter and were forced to wear their waterproofs as rain hit Glastonbury this afternoon.
A succession of short bursts of heavy showers sent music fans into tents and marquees as they sought cover after enjoying warm sunshine this morning.
Heavy showers are expected to continue for the rest of the day and forecasters have warned that festival-goers could see the site resembling one of its legendary mud bath years.
Tomorrow's first official day of music will see Elbow, Lily Allen and Rudimental perform on the Pyramid Stage ahead of headliners Arcade Fire.
Country legend Dolly Parton wowed Glastonbury as she attracted the biggest crowd of the festival to the Pyramid Stage.
Typical festival weather for Glastonbury in the coming few days. Showers are more prolonged, intense downpours. Improving by the weekend.
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