Godiva Festival Coventry: Met Office hour by hour weather forecast

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Godiva Festival is nearly here and music lovers will be flocking to Coventry for the three-day event - but what will the weather be like?

Godiva music festival will take place this weekend, promising a huge line up of famous names over the three-day spectacular. The music festival is held each year in the War Memorial Park, Coventry and is named after the city’s famous former inhabitant Lady Godiva.

Godiva festival first appeared as a day-long event in 1997 and became a three day event the following year in 1998. This year, the event will take place between Friday, June 30 and Sunday July 2.

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The line-up for the 2023 festival includes the likes of headline acts Rudimental, The Enemy and Melanie C. Alongside the headliners will be a range of other musical acts performing on stages including The Next Stage and CWR Stage.

But what will the weather be like this weekend? Here’s everything you need to know.

Godiva Festival weather forecast

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Here’s an hour by hour weather forecast for Godiva Festival, according to the Met Office:

Friday, June 30

7am to 10am: Cloudy skies, highs of 17C

1pm to 3pm: Cloudy skies continue, highs of 19C

4pm to 8pm: Overcast, highs of 19C

9pm to midnight: Light rain, dropping to 17C

Saturday, June 1

7am to 10am: Cloudy skies, highs of 18C

1pm to 3pm:Cloudy skies continue, highs of 19C

4pm to 8pm: Sun breaks through the clouds, highs of 21C

9pm to midnight: Partly cloudy, dropping to 16C

Sunday, July 2

7am to 10am: Cloudy skies, highs of 16C

1pm to 3pm:Sunny intervals, highs of 18C

4pm to 8pm: Sunny intervals, highs of 20C

9pm to midnight: Clear skies, dropping to 16C

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