Well, we've passed the middle of summer and now starting to quietly slip towards the darkness of winter. Of course, this doesn't mean that summer is over - in fact, quite often we get a nice spell of weather in late summer/early autumn. At the moment, we're going to be stuck in a general west of north-westerly flow for sometime. It'll remain mainly dry across southern parts of the UK, but fronts will drift down from the NW at times to bring some rain, mostly to northern and north-western parts.
There are occasional hints of a burst of warmth around the first 10 days of August, but I'm yet to be convinced of this!