Met Office forecasts warn of more heavy rain and high winds in the next few days over the deserted Glastonbury Festival site in Somerset.
A festival spokesman said the fields were looking green, very wet - and very empty.
'The outlook is for more bad conditions over the fields that would have been occupied by the Glastonbury Festival if it had been held this year,' said a Met Office spokesman.
'For most of the weekend of the festival - if it had been there - we are predicting driving rain and very difficult conditions for erecting tents. Anyone attending the festival would have needed good waterproofs and Wellingtons. We would not have recommended sandals.
'We're issuing a severe mud warning for most of the site area.'
But the spokesman pointed out that 'the texture of the mud on the Glastonbury fields will be different this year due to the absence of stoned naked morons cavorting about in it'.