The heat’s just going to keep on giving
This year, Brits might actually get to get a better taste of summer weather through July till September.
The Met Office said: “Approaching the end of June, a spell of drier than average conditions is expected for most, though some periods of rain or showers remain possible almost anywhere.
“As we head into the start of July, temperatures will most likely trend near or above average, with some very warm spells possible.”
On the other hand, the north will be hit with some classic UK weather.
Those living further north will experience some unpleasant weather, with rain and wind gusts.
Areas most affected with strong winds and rain – with possible thunder – will be Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Met Office Deputy Chief Meteorologist Chris Almond said: “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 – especially to the Scotland and Northern Ireland on Friday and Saturday.
“The track of the low-pressure system currently looks to be off the northwest coast of the UK on Friday and Saturday and winds are likely to reach around 45mph for some parts of the north of the UK, with a chance of some gusts in excess of 55mph in some exposed northwestern islands and coastal areas.”