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Ed Sheeran fans to expect warmer temperatures at Hampden concert after last night’s downpour threatened gig

Fans of Ed Sheeran will enjoy some heat at tonight’s gig
LUCKY Ed Sheeran fans heading to his third Hampden Park gig tonight can expect warmer conditions after last night’s downpour.

Punters were warned yesterday of lightning and even some HAIL showers dampening their big Saturday night concert.

Experts sounded out yellow be aware warnings for the central belt, along with large swathes of Scotland.

But weather officials say fans will enjoy 18C temperatures during the A-team singer’s show.

A spokesperson for the Met Office said: “Any thunderstorms dying out with patchy cloud and a few clear spells.

“Low cloud and mist could become extensive overnight, particularly through Lanarkshire and into the Glasgow area.

Ed has played two gigs at the national stadium already having kicked-off his tour on Friday night before another cracking night in Glasgow last night.

Various fans took to social media to praise the concert.

One said: “Ed Sheeran rocked Hampden 👌🏻”.

Hampden Park will host Ed for a third night

Another user said: “Ed Sheeran was absolutely PHENOMENAL last night! Who knew a guy playing a guitar could put on such an amazing show on stage?!😍”

One commented: “Genuinely fantastic night at Ed”.

Outdoor gigs are only allowed to go ahead with failsafe plans to cope with poor weather.

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