This year, from July to September, the British might actually get a better taste of summer weather.
“As we approach the end of June, a spell of drier-than-average conditions is expected for most, though some rain or showers are still possible almost anywhere,” the Met Office said.
“Temperatures will most likely trend near or above average as we enter July, with some extremely warm spells possible.”
The north, on the other hand, will experience typical British weather.
Rain and wind gusts are expected in the north.
Scotland and Northern Ireland will be hit the hardest by strong winds and rain, with the possibility of thunder.
“Although no longer a named storm, the remnants of Ex-Tropical Storm Alex will bring some strong winds across the northern half of the UK – particularly to Scotland and Northern Ireland on Friday and Saturday,” said Met Office Deputy Chief Meteorologist Chris Almond.
“On Fridаy аnd Sаturdаy, the low-pressure system’s trаck аppeаrs to be off the northwest coаst of the United Kingdom, аnd winds аre expected to reаch аround 45 mph in some pаrts of the north, with а chаnce of gusts exceeding 55 mph in some exposed northwestern islаnds аnd coаstаl аreаs.”