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Supposed to be ironic. English summers typically consist of rain and little sunshine, until 'global warming' changed it. Tradtionally when someone describes weather as 'an English summer' they mean rain when there should be sunshine.
"Pack for an English summer!"
"Out comes the raincoat then..."

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(when raining outside in summer months)
"Typical english summer..."
by brandyboo April 19, 2010

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