the meaning of a sentence " how about that for a summer,right?"
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I have read a introduction of weather. The passage is "Here's the weather for today in England. It snowed in the south east of England and it was also quite chilly yesterday. In northern England, there is frosty weather and it will rain tomorrow. So, how about that for a summer, right?"
Question: Does "how about that for a summer, right?" mean "It would be better if these kinds of weather was in summer, right?"
Could you tell me how do you understand this sentence?
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