Well this is getting ridiculous, today it's 13 degrees and 95% humidity outside, i.e. cold(ish) northerly breeze and thick fog/drizzle.
) the forecast is not very promising either.
However, I've been thinking about the state of the world, as you do, and I've come to the conclusion that personally I should maybe not complain too much. This cool moist weather is apparently caused by a cold pool of water in mid-Atlantic because of ice melt, while the rest of the world is getting above average temperatures and the chance of flood causing rain storms.
So I think maybe I should accept what our mainly benign weather gives us.
I said "personally" in the paragraph above because as most of you know, I grow most of my vegetables under cover, with the only exception being my maincrop peas and potatoes, and they both love this cooler weather.
So while it's nasty outside, my tomatoes for instance are in my conservatory where it's 24c due to solar radiation (even on thick cloudy days) and 60% humidity (because I switched the dehumidifier on for half an hour)
All in all I would much rather have today's weather than 90+ degrees for weeks on end.