The heat will just keep on giving
This year, Brits may actually get a better look at summer weather from July to September.
The Met Office said: ‘As we approach the end of June, a period of drier than average conditions is expected for most, although some spells of rain or showers are still possible almost everywhere.
“As we head into early July, temperatures will most likely trend towards or above average, with very hot spells possible.”
On the other hand, the north will be hit with classic British weather.
Those who live further north will experience unpleasant weather conditions, with rain and gusty winds.
The areas most affected by strong winds and rain – with a possible thunderclap – will be Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Met Office deputy chief meteorologist Chris Almond said: ‘While no longer a named storm, the remnants of ex-Tropical Storm Alex will bring high winds to the northern half of the UK – particularly in Scotland and Northern Ireland on Friday and Saturday.
“The track of the low pressure system currently appears to be off the north west coast of the UK on Friday and Saturday and winds are forecast to reach around 45 mph for parts of the north of the UK, with a risk of excess gusts. 55 mph in some northwestern exposed islands and coastal areas.