Around 25,000 festival goers will be heading to Kendal Calling this weekend wondering whether to expect sun in the fields or a mud bath,
The Met Office has given ITV Border a detailed forecast for the festival which gets underway from tomorrow and features stars such as Franz Ferdinand and Tinie Tempah.
A spokeswoman said weather predicted for Kendal Calling could best be described as “sunshine and showers”, adding: “It could be better, but it could also be a lot worse.”
Tomorrow there will be showers and a stiff wind which could prove a challenge to festival goers trying to erect their tents in the breezy conditions.
The showers will continue to move in from the west through the night and into Friday morning, but there will be brighter spells and a drier afternoon and evening.
There will be showers continuing through Saturday and Sunday, but the temperature will be around 17C - although it might feel cooler if you have damp clothes in the breeze.
The Met Office spokeswoman added: “Some of the showers could be quite heavy so people are going to need to think about that and bring wellies and appropriate clothing.”