Long range forecast from the Met Office isn't sounding too bad today:
Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days
UK Outlook for Sunday 11 Jun 2017 to Tuesday 20 Jun 2017:
An unsettled outlook is likely at the start of the period. Windy with showers or perhaps more persistent rain for most areas but some intermittent drier spells; these more likely further east. Rain will be heavy at times, this more likely in the north and west where thunder could feature. Thundery outbreaks could also affect the south-east with the introduction of some warmer air from the continent. The unsettled theme looks set to continue, particularly in north-western areas with stronger winds and some further spells of rain likely, but perhaps drier and brighter in the south. A period of more settled weather should then develop which may bring drier and brighter conditions across the UK by mid-week, feeling warmer by day but sometimes chilly overnight.
UK Outlook for Wednesday 21 Jun 2017 to Wednesday 5 Jul 2017:
A quiet spell of weather seems more likely around the start of this period with settled, bright and mainly dry conditions, especially for southern areas. Signals then become rather weak, but favour a more changeable picture with spells of rain or showers; these most frequent in western areas, with drier interludes. Temperatures look most likely to be above normal, with a chance of some very warm weather perhaps for eastern areas. However, there is low confidence for this scenario.