Glastonbury Festivalgoers in bold outfits should be aware that it is expected to rain throughout the weekend. Showers will also be forecast for Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 

As they paraded around the festival on Thursday excited about the Worthy Farm event, fans could be seen showing off their entire bodies. 

The cut-outs of two women were visible, revealing their rears. They wore only underwear to keep their modesty. 

Others wore glittery, rhinestone- and sequin-studded outfits that were adorned with jewels. 

Rain is expected to fall on the festival Friday, but it will be lightened by the Met Office. 

Even with the relief from rain overnight, heavy rains are possible on Saturday morning and Sunday afternoon. 

The UK is expected to see temperatures remain high, with the average being in the 20s throughout the weekend. 

Rachel Ayers is a senior Met Office meteorologist and stated: “A band of rainfall will cross Northern Ireland, Wales, and southwest England throughout the afternoon. It will reach Glastonbury during the middle to late afternoon. It will bring cooler, breezier temperatures.

A band of showers will fall on Saturday but they will continue to break out in the south and west. Ms Ayres indicated that there could be some locally heavy rainfall with the possibility of thundershowers, particularly in the south-west, and therefore some showers to Glastonbury.

Ms Ayres stated that Sunday would be cloudy and showery, with rain falling in the northwestern region. Other areas will see a mix of sun and rain, with scattered showers. Glastonbury may also be affected by some heavy showers.

In excitement at the Worthy Farm’s debut day, festival-goers were seen strutting around the site in all their glory.

Ellie Egar from Wilmslow poses for photograhs during day two of Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm

Ellie Egar of Wilmslow takes photos at Glastonbury Festival, Worthy Farm’s second day

Two women walk through the Silver Hayes area during day two of Glastonbury Festival

Two Glastonbury Festival women walk along the Silver Hayes Area during Day 2 of Glastonbury Festival

Colourful, wacky and stylish fashion choices on display during the second day at Glastonbury Festival 2022

Glastonbury Festival 2022: Second Day – Fashion Showcase: Colourful, bizarre and trendy fashions

Glastonbury Festival attendees walk naked through the crowds in Somerset during the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm.

Festival-goers enjoy the sunshine before predicted thunderstorms on the second day of the Glastonbury Festival

Glastonbury Festival festival-goers enjoying the sunny weather before thunderstorms are predicted on Day 2. 

A woman in a sequin swimsuit adorned in a large sequin coverup smiles at the camera during day two of Glastonbury Festival

Glastonbury Festival day 2: This woman, wearing a sequin bathsuit and covered in large quantities of sequins, smiles at the camera.

And others pulled out all the stops in glittery outfits studded in sequins and rhinestones or dripping with jewels over the top of bikinis

Some others went all out in sparkling outfits adorned in sequins, rhinestones, or embellished with jewels above their bikinis.

One festivalgoer poses in fishnet tights, thigh-high boots and a leather codpiece with a black and white cape

One festivalgoer poses wearing fishnet tights, high boots, and a codpiece of leather with a cape in black and white. 

One woman wears a heavily bedazzled minidress covered in embroidery and sequins on the second day of the festival

On the second day, one woman wears an elaborately embellished minidress with sequins and embroidery. 

Performers from the Notting Hill Carnival parade through the site during day two of Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm

At Worthy Farm’s second day of Glastonbury Festival, performers from Notting Hill Carnival paraded through the grounds.

Fans were spotted baring all as they strutted around the festival site in excitement over the Worthy Farm event. Pictured: Notting Hill Carnival performers

The Worthy Farm festival was a big hit with fans who were visible strutting around in full glory. Pictured: Notting Hill Carnival performers

Maddy Ridgley, from Devon, having a hen party in the Green Fields, during the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm in Somerset

Maddy Ridgley from Devon having a hen celebration in the Green Fields during Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm, Somerset

A couple dressed in naked body bodysuits during the Glastonbury Festival

During the Glastonbury Festival, a couple wore naked bodysuits.

A woman wearing an apocalyptic outfit with Mad Max inspired goggles dances in the park area during the festival

A woman in an apocalyptic costume with Mad Max-inspired goggles dancing in the park during festival

Festivalgoers watch excitedly as perfomers parade to highlight the upcoming Notting Hill Carnival - The 50th

Festivalgoers are excited to see the parade of performers at Notting Hill Carnival – The 50th

Weather warnings are issued as late-arriving passengers face more disruptions due to another rail strike today. This will likely increase transport problems for revellers who already have poor driving conditions or floodwater on the roads.

UK Health and Security Agency (UKHSA), has also asked festivalgoers not to get monkeypox, as the UK continues to see an increase in cases.

Up to 793 UK citizens have been confirmed positive. The majority of cases were found in England and gay or bisexual men.

This year’s music lineup features Billie Eilish and Sir Paul McCartney, as well as Diana Ross in the Sunday Teatime Legends slot.

Fans were spotted in Manchester waiting for replacement buses to reach the music extravaganza in a last-minute bid to reach Worthy Farm amid the second day of rail strikes. 

Mick Lynch’s RMT militant rail strikes began at midnight. 20% of the 20.000 services that normally take three days to run in the UK, are currently in service. 

Great Western Railway (GWR), with just five trains running from London Paddington and Castle Cary, has a total number of 24 services between Wednesday/Friday. 

Forecasters issued a yellow alert for the period between 10am to 11.59pm today, with flooding and thunder expected throughout the country.

The mud synonymous with the iconic festival is set to make an appearance, with thunderstorms and torrential downpours predicted from today – meaning revellers will have to endure the start of the wet weather before Billie Eilish hits the Pyramid stage tomorrow.

However, it is not all dark and stormy. The sun will shine throughout the day with warm temperatures of 24C (75F). It shouldn’t be too difficult for revellers to dry off.

Early arrivals at the site were a big hit with fans The group was pictured enjoying the sun as they met at Worthy Farm’s Stone Circle in the morning. It is situated in a valley that lies between two low sandstone mountains. 

This year’s Glastonbury festival is the first since summer 2019, and revellers are ready to enjoy the star-studded line-up of music acts including headliners Billie Eilish, Sir Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar over the course of the weekend.

However, the five-day celebration weekend was not halted by militant rail strikes and extreme weather warnings.

A couple dressed as flower pots walk around the site during day two of Glastonbury Festival

During day 2 of Glastonbury Festival, a couple in flower pots walks around the site.

Festival-goers dance at Babylon Uprising, one of the first venues to play music

Babylon Uprising is one of the first places to perform music, and festival-goers are seen dancing there

Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis performing with his band in the William's Green tent

Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis performs with his band at the William’s Green tent

Notting Hill carnival performers bring colour and pizzazz to Glasto as they strike a pose for the camera

Glasto is greeted by carnival performers from Notting Hill as they pose for the cameras

Uh-huh-huh: Festivalgoers dressed as Elvis Presley drink beer and pose for a photo during Glastonbury

Uh-huh, huh! Festivalgoers in Elvis Presley costumes drink beer during Glastonbury and pose for photos 

Performers with long legs cycle along a path at Glastonbury wearing red outfits

Glastonbury’s red-clad performers cycle on a long path wearing long legs

A general view of festivalgoers walking under a LGBT pride sign during day two of Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm

A general view of festivalgoers walking under a LGBT pride sign during day two of Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm

The crowd watch Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis performing with his band in the William's Green tent

Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis performs with his band under the William’s Green tent.

Festivalgoers dance to the Hippo Sound System at the Glade Dome stage

Festivalgoers dancing to Hippo Sound System on the Glade Dome Stage

Melanie C plays a DJ set in the William's Green tent during the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm

Melanie C is a DJ during Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm.

Performers sing and dance as they process through the Circus Field area

Circus Field is home to performers who sing and dance throughout the area.

Maria Grant, Leila Eddakille, Holly 1-X , a DJ, and Maddy Ridgley, all from Devon, having a hen party in the Green Fields

Maria Grant, Leila Eddakille and Holly 1-X, a DJ and Maddy Ridgley all hail from Devon. They had a hen night in Green Fields

Passengers with camping equipment board a train to go to the Glastonbury music festival at Paddington railway station - one of the five trains departing today

Campervan passengers board the train for Glastonbury at Paddington Railway Station. This is one of five departing trains today.

Pictured: Revellers were spotted in Manchester waiting for replacement buses to reach the music extravaganza in a last minute bid to reach Worthy Farm amid the second day of the rail strikes

Pictured: As the rail strikes continued for the second day, Revellers could be seen waiting in Manchester to board replacement buses.

Pictured: People gather on the hill emblazoned with the Glastonbury sign to enjoy the sunset

Pictured: The sunset is enjoyed by people who gather at the Glastonbury sign-emblazoned hill.

Pictured: Revellers leant against a wooden railing as they waited for replacement buses to take them to Glastonbury festival

Pictured. Revellers were positioned against a wooden railing while they waited for their replacement buses that would take them to Glastonbury.

An aerial view of the Glastonbury Festival site in Somerset this morning where fans have descended for the first time in three years

Aerial view of Glastonbury Festival Site in Somerset, where visitors have descended this morning for the first-time in 3 years

Love is in the air at Glastonbury Festival as a couple, believed to be Ed and Chelsea, got engaged when Chelsea ticked the 'yes' box on Ed's T-shirt with a marker pen

Glastonbury Festival has a lot of love. It is believed that Ed and Chelsea were engaged. Chelsea marked the “yes” box on Ed’s shirt with a marker pen.

Love is in the air at Glastonbury Festival today

Love is in the air at Glastonbury Festival today

Pictured: Glastonbury’s 2nd day was celebrated by a couple who got engaged.

Revellers cheer as Lucy Barnes accepts Ben O'Hara's marriage proposal at Worthy Farm

As Lucy Barnes, Ben O’Hara’s wife proposal to her at Worthy Farm is accepted by Revellers, they cheer

A marriage proposal on the first day of the Glastonbury music festival

On the Glastonbury music festival’s first day, a marriage proposal was made

Liam proposes to a happy but surprised Fern - all their friends knew and Liam wanted to get it done first thing so that he didn't have to carry round the ring box

Fern is happy to accept Liam’s proposal. All their friends were aware of the situation and Liam was determined to have it completed quickly so he wouldn’t need to carry around the ring box.

Fans were pictured making the most of the glorious sunshine this morning as they gathered at Worthy Farm's Stone Circle, situated in a valley lying between two low sandstone ridges

The sunny morning was embraced by fans as they enjoyed the beautiful sunshine at Worthy Farm’s Stone Circle. It is situated between two low sandstone mountains in a valley.

Two revellers in front of the Tipi village at Glastonbury Festival on Thursday was pictured making the most of the glorious sunshine

On Thursday, two revellers were pictured in front the Tipi Village at Glastonbury Festival. They made the most of the beautiful sunshine

A man helps his friend into his Mario inspired costume during day two of Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm

During day 2 of Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm, a man assists his friend in getting into his Mario-inspired costume

Festivalgoers take part in a laughter yoga workshop in the Healing Field during the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm in Somerset

Festivalgoers participate in laughter yoga workshops in the Healing Field at the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm, Somerset

A couple relax on the grass during day two of Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm, Pilton

A couple enjoys a relaxing time on the lawn during Day 2 of Glastonbury Festival, Worthy Farm in Pilton

Revellers don their favourite colourful outfits, with face gems and heart shaped sunglasses, during day two of Glastonbury

Day two at Glastonbury saw Revellers rock their favorite colourful outfits with heart-shaped sunglasses and face jewels. 

A young girl reacts as a couple dressed as flower pots walk around the site during day two of Glastonbury Festival

Glastonbury Festival day 2: Young girl reacts to a couple wearing flower pots walking around the site

The Met Office stated in a statement that there was a chance of homes or businesses being flooded rapidly. Some buildings could also be damaged by floodwaters, lightning strikes and hail, as well as wind-driven winds. It is possible for floodwater to cause severe flooding, which could lead to death.

Then they added: “These torrential rains might be accompanied with frequent lightning. However, gusty winds or hail could also cause damage to a few locations.

It is not possible to know the exact location of thunderstorms, so we will keep the area under review.

Forecasters have put a yellow warning in place between 10am and 11.59pm today - with torrential downpours expected across the country.

The yellow warning was issued by forecasters today between 10am-11:59pm. It is accompanied with expected torrential rains throughout the country.

According to the Met Office, there are potential for further cancellations of rail or bus services due to lightning strikes. 

The warning also mentioned power outages for some businesses and homes, as well as the possibility of isolated communities being cut off by flooding.

Flooding can also lead to road closures. This is in addition to the heavy traffic expected on roads around the UK because of rail strike.

Met Office Chief Forecaster Neil Armstrong stated that the warm, sunny weather will continue through Thursday. However, there is a growing risk of thundershowers in the afternoon and evening. This could lead to some severe downpours.

A risk of thunderstorms was declared for much of England and Wales on Thursday. Cloudy skies are likely in the north-west with some drizzle.

Exeter will reach 21C (70F) today. Manchester, however, will feel humid and cloudy at 27C (80C), this afternoon. Today’s highs in Edinburgh are 22C (71F), while Belfast is 20C (68F).

Some bright sunshine is expected in the southeast on Friday, but it will soon be followed quickly by scattered showers at midday. The maximum temperature of 20C (68F)

People gather at Glastonbury's famous Stone Circle to watch the sunrise on Thursday morning

Glastonbury’s Stone Circle is where people gather to see the rising sun on Thursday morning.

Festivalgoers were pictured gathered around a fire this morning to watch for the sunrise at Glastonbury's Stone Circle

Glastonbury Stone Circle’s sunrise was captured by festivalgoers, who were seen gathered round a campfire this morning.

Crowds gather on the first morning of Glastonbury festival to watch the sunrise at the Stone Circle

Crowds gather on the first morning of Glastonbury festival to watch the sunrise at the Stone Circle

Pictured: People gather to watch for the sunrise at the Stone Circle at Glastonbury Festival on Thursday

Pictured: On Thursday, people gather at Glastonbury Festival’s Stone Circle to see the dawn. 

This year's Glastonbury festival is the first since summer 2019, and revellers are ready to enjoy the star-studded line-up of music acts including headliners Billie Eilish , Sir Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar over the course of the weekend

Glastonbury 2019 is the first festival since Summer 2019. Glastonbury revellers can enjoy the stars-studded lineup of musicians, including Billie Eilish, Sir Paul McCartney, and Kendrick lamar throughout the weekend

One festivalgoer walked through the campsite at the Glastonbury Festival today holding an umbrella to protect her from the glorious sunshine

Today, a festivalgoer was seen walking through Glastonbury Festival’s campsite holding an umbrella.

But both extreme weather threats and militant rail strikes taking place this week has not stopped the revellers from starting their five-day festival weekend with a cheer

The revellers have not been stopped by militant rail strikes and extreme weather warnings this week, but they are still able to kick off their festival weekend with cheers

Hundred's of festivalgoers line the streets in Manchester on Thursday amid ongoing rail strikes

Hundreds of revelers throng Manchester’s streets on Thursday, amid continuing rail strikes 

Revellers were pictured with rucksacks filled with their camping supplies

Photographs of Revellers with Rucksacks that contained their camping supplies were taken 

This year's much-anticipated festival, running from Wednesday to Sunday, will host huge stars from Diana Ross and Sir Paul McCartney, to Billie Eilish, Kendrick Lamar and Olivia Rodrigo

Festival attendees include Sir Paul McCartney and Diana Ross as well as Billie Eilish, Kendrick lamar, and Olivia Rodrigo.

Daniel Rudman, Deputy Chief Weather Forecaster added that the weather would become less predictable from Friday. Both Friday and Saturday are at risk for heavy thunderstorms and showers. However, these storms will be light and swift, but some water may accumulate in places from the strongest showers. The temperatures will drop as the week ends, returning to the normal range for this time of the year. Expect highs around 18-20C.

“Sunday will be dry and bright for the first time, but showers could develop throughout the day, including heavy and thundery rains. This unsettled pattern will continue into next week.

Michael Eavis is the founder and chief executive of Somerset Festival. He was photographed opening Glastonbury’s gates this morning, marking the official beginning of the four-day music festival.

Following a three-year absence due to Covid-19, this festival returns for its 50th year. 

Eavis, his daughter Emily and others stood at the Festival’s entry points. They clapped when the first visitors entered the festival.

Eavis, who is 86 years old, said to those who entered the gate: “This will be the best show anywhere in town.”

“Wait, and see.” You better believe it.’

Only 60% of trains will be running on Wednesday. Walkouts are planned for Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

It will feature a host of big stars, including Sir Paul McCartney and Diana Ross. The festival runs from Wednesday to Sunday.