What will the weather be like for Harry Styles concert? Forecast for Edinburgh Murrayfield Stadium shows

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Harry Styles is playing outdoor shows at stadiums across the UK

Music fans heading to the Harry Styles concerts in Edinburgh this weekend can expect to bask in late spring conditions.

The Met Office has issued its latest forecast for Murrayfield ahead of the second show at the stadium. The former One Direction singer released extra tickets for his summer UK shows earlier this year - after the initial batch sold out.

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Harry Styles will play back-to-back shows in Edinburgh as part of his Love On Tour concerts. It will also include stops in London and Cardiff - having previously played the Coventry Building Society Arena.

But what can you expect from the weather? Here's the Met Office verdict on if it will rain:

What will the weather be like for Harry Styles concerts?

The Met Office has issued an updated forecast for Edinburgh on Friday and Saturday. It includes an hour-by-hour break-down of the weather for the night of the second show:

Saturday, 27 May

The Met Office has issued a daily overview for Murrayfiedl (City of Edinburgh) on Saturday. On its website, the forecaster explains: "Sunny intervals changing to cloudy." There is a chance of overcast weather in the early evening - and there will be highs of 16C with lows of 6C.

The hour-by-hour forecast is as follows:

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  • 5pm (gates open) - cloudy - 16C
  • 6pm - sunny intervals - 16C
  • 7pm - sunny - 15C
  • 8pm - sunny - 14C
  • 9pm - sunny - 13C
  • 10pm - clear night - 12C
  • 11pm - clear night - 11C

When will the sunset in Edinburgh?

The days are getting increasingly long as we move closer to the summer solstice in June. But how much of the Harry Styles concert will take place in daylight?

According to Time and Date, the sun is expected to set at 9.37pm on Friday and then at 9.39pm on Saturday. The pop star is due to take to the stage around 8.30pm and will perform a set lasting just shy of 2 hours - finishing around 10.20pm.

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