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Parklife revellers make the most of dry weather and 77F temperatures at Manchester festival

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Parklife revelers don their hot pants and bucket hats as 80,000 take advantage of dry weather and 77F temperatures at Manchester festival

  • Temperatures will peak around 77F (25C) today with bright sunny spells expected across most of the country
  • Festival-goers flocked to Manchester as Dave and Megan Thee Stallion took the stage later this afternoon
  • Tomorrow it will be slightly cooler at 72F (22C), although still around above average for this time of year

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Revelers are enjoying the dry weather at Parklife Festival this weekend before it gets rainier across England next week.

Temperatures will peak around 77F (25C) today with bright sunny spells expected across most of the country.

More than 80,000 festival-goers in hot pants and bucket hats flocked to Manchester to dance in the sun as Dave and Megan Thee Stallion took the stage later in the afternoon.

Tomorrow it will be slightly cooler at 72F (22C), although still around average or above average for this time of year, before more rain falls later in the week.

Revelers are enjoying the dry weather at Parklife Festival this weekend before it gets rainier across England next week

Festival-goers have flocked to Manchester to dance in the sun as Dave and Megan Thee Stallion take the stage later this afternoon

Temperatures will peak around 77F (25C) today and tomorrow, with bright sunny spells expected across most of the country

Festival-goers have flocked to Manchester to dance in the sun as Dave and Megan Thee Stallion take the stage later this afternoon

Girls in their festival clothes walk in the sun today to the Parklife Festival stage in Heston Park, Manchester

Girls in their festival clothes walk in the sun today to the Parklife Festival stage in Heston Park, Manchester

A young woman drinks from the bottle at Parlife Festival in Heston Park, Manchester

Revelers at Parklife Festival in Heston Park, Manchester, let loose as they dust their summer wardrobes in the 25 degree Celsius heat

Revelers at Parklife Festival in Heston Park, Manchester, let loose as they dust their summer wardrobes in the 25 degree Celsius heat

Despite dry weather in most of the country, the Met Office issued a flood warning today in Porlock Weir, Somerset.

Greg Dewhurst, a meteorologist at the Met Office, told MailOnline: “After a rather warm start to the month, things will feel fresher over the weekend.

The rest of today is mostly dry with sunny spells, with the exception of the western parts of the country.

Tomorrow will feel a little fresher with maximum temperatures around 22 – around or slightly above average for this time of year.

“It’s going to be a mixed bag on Monday and Tuesday before it gets more restless later in the week.”

Performances kicked off this morning at 11am with other headliners including Discoluser, Skepta, Jamie XX, Eric Prydz, Aj Tracey and Carl Cox

Performances kicked off this morning at 11am with other headliners including Discoluser, Skepta, Jamie XX, Eric Prydz, Aj Tracey and Carl Cox

Festival-goers descended on Heaton Park in Manchester this morning, ready for two days of romping in the dry weather

Festival goers attending the 2021 Parklife festival at Manchester's Heston Park

Festival-goers descended on Heaton Park in Manchester this morning, ready for two days of romping in the dry weather

Groups of festival-goers walk past police officers on their way to Parklife Festiva in Manchester's Hesto Park today

Groups of festival-goers walk past police officers on their way to Parklife Festiva in Manchester’s Hesto Park today

Face masks are not required in the festival, but revelers must provide proof of a negative lateral flow test, full vaccination or natural immunity before being admitted

Festival goers attending the 2021 Parklife festival at Manchester's Heston Park

Face masks are not required in the festival, but revelers must provide proof of a negative lateral flow test, full vaccination or natural immunity before being admitted

Tomorrow it will be slightly cooler at 72F (22C), although still around average or above average for this time of year, before more rain falls later in the week.  Pictured: Eynsham Morris dancers laughing during the dry weather in Swanage, England today

Tomorrow it will be slightly cooler at 72F (22C), although still around average or above average for this time of year, before more rain falls later in the week. Pictured: Eynsham Morris dancers laughing during the dry weather in Swanage, England today

Despite dry weather in most of the country, the Met Office issued a flood warning today in Porlock Weir, Somerset.  Pictured: Blue skies in Ballard Down, Swanage, Dorset, today

Despite dry weather in most of the country, the Met Office issued a flood warning today in Porlock Weir, Somerset. Pictured: Blue skies in Ballard Down, Swanage, Dorset, today

Festival-goers descended on Heaton Park this morning, ready for two days of romping in the dry weather.

The performances kicked off at 11am this morning with other headliners including Discoluser, Skepta, Jamie XX, Eric Prydz, Aj Tracey and Carl Cox.

Face masks are not required within the festival, but revelers are required to provide evidence of either a negative lateral flow test, full vaccination or natural immunity before being admitted.

The organizers have also introduced a new cashless system to reduce contact time between festival goers and staff and speed up queues.

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