Thousands of Glastonbury festival goers are bracing themselves for cold temperatures and wet weather.

Revellers have started to arrive at the wet and muddy festival site at Worthy Farm, Pilton, dressed in wellies, rain coats and woolly jumpers.

More than 177,000 people are expected to attend the festival to see bands including U2, Coldplay and Beyonce.

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Forecasters have predicted changeable weather over the next few days.

Although this morning was wet, this afternoon is due to be dry.

Friday evening will see heavy showers, while the rain will continue into Saturday. But the afternoon will see sunshine and temperatures rising to 20C.

Sunday is expected to be warm and sunny.

A Met Office spokesman told the Daily Mail: "It's not going to be a typically wet Glastonbury but it won't be like last year's either.

"We're expecting some heavy showers for the first two days but it will gradually improve and while Sunday won't be that bright it could be quite warm."