Glastonbury Festival-goers will be holding their finger to the wind this week, hoping for blue skies and dry hills as they make their merry way to Somerset.
The Met Office has some good news for those seasoned campaigners, who've previously weathered mud-baths and tent-buckets in years gone by.
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Forecasters are not exactly promising, but making optimistic murmurs about, mild temperatures and sunny spells, saying that the South West is looking like it'll be one of the driest parts of the country.
The weather won't ruin the magic, but sunshine would be nice...
A more detailed forecast will be coming in the next few days.
The Western Daily Press reports that "the South West will be getting the best of the sunshine and will be pleasantly warm".
So it's looking like sunscreen, not wellies, this year - for now.