Its forecasters said temperatures were likely to be warmer than average for the
The Met Office described the forecast as a "typical British summer".
Met Office head of forecasting Brian Golding said: "Seasonal forecasting is a difficult thing to do and this places some limitations on our forecasts.
"Our predictions for last autumn, winter and spring have all given accurate advice, giving more confidence in our latest summer forecast."
Last month, figures obtained by the BBC suggested that more than 10,000 people were still unable to return to their homes after last summer's flooding, with
The worst of the floods - estimated to have cost £3bn - hit
The forecast is designed to help official organisations with their forward planning.
Met Office government services director Rob Varley said: "Our long-range forecasts are proving useful to a range of people, such as emergency planners and the water industry, in order to help them plan ahead.
"They are not forecasts which can be used to plan a summer holiday or inform an outdoor event."