It's time for the final round of Glasgow's Summer Sessions, and this time, The 1975 take to the stage.

Thousands of music lovers are headed to Bellahouston park to see the Manchester pop-rockers - but what will the weather be like?

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When Foo Fighters and The Cure dominated the stage last week, festival-goers were met with rain, cold and very, very muddy conditions.

Here's your hour-by-hour forecast and all the set times for tonight's gig:

2pm - Gates open

Fans can access the site from 2.30pm onwards, and the sun is just beating down. With a minimal chance of rain and clear skies, temperatures are sitting at around 25C. Don't forget those sunglasses!

3pm - No Rome

The first support act of the day take to the stage just after 3pm, and the weather is remaining much the same.

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It is set to creep up slightly to 26C, and rain chances remain extremely low.

4pm - Ten Tonnes

The second act take over at 4pm, bringing with them the hottest weather of the day. Temperatures will reach 27C, and the skies will remain void of any cloud - result!

5pm - Pale Waves

Continuing from the previous hour, temperatures will remain at 27C. It's set to feel very, very hot, so make sure to take advantage of any on-site water dispensers and take breaks in the shade.

6pm - You Me At Six

Rockers You Me At Six take the stage at 10 past 6, and temperatures will dip ever so slightly to 26C - but it will still be boiling.

7pm - Twin Atlantic

Twin Atlantic are the final support act before The 1975, and they begin performing at 7.30pm. Temperatures will dip to 24C, but the humidity is set to creep up slightly to 59%, so again - drink plenty of fluids!


Use the short break from the tunes to get some water, cool off and regroup. Temperatures will sit at 22C for the next hour, but humidity is continuing to rise. Thge sun is expected to set at 8.30pm.

9pm - The 1975

The main event takes to the stage at 9.10pm, and by now the sun should be long gone. But even though it may not be as sunny, temperatures are still sitting around 20C.

For the rest of the evening, temperatures will stick around 17/18C. Make sure you take some water for the ride home!