A spate of syndie shows are bracing for a chilly summer.

And if the Nielsen national syndication barter rankings for the week ended June 13 are any indication, it’s going to be a long three months.

Twentieth TV’s “A Current Affair,” which has been suffering lately, sank another 7% to an all-time low of a 5.7.

Even worse, the weekend version of the show dove 30% to its worst mark yet — a 3.0, down from a 4.3 the previous week.

“Affair” still finished ahead of Paramount’s “Hard Copy,” which tumbled 7% to a 5.0 from a 5.4.

Par’s “Entertainment Tonight,” which will face a new competitor from Warner Bros. in September 1994 , continued to lead the newsmag pack with a 7.1 — down 4% from the previous week’s mark of a 7.4.

King World’s “Inside Edition,” meanwhile, was the only member of the existing magazine club to show any strength during the week, climbing 3% to a 6.9 from a 6.7.

Another show with a bad hair week, Buena Vista Television’s “Live with Regis & Kathie Lee,” plunged nearly 23% to 3.1 from 4.0.

Reruns meant trouble for popular weeklies during the week, with Par’s “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” barreling out of its ratings orbit, losing 18% as it crashed to a 7.4 from a 9.0.

Space mate “Star Trek: The Next Generation” saw 13% of its previous week’s audience vanish at warp speed. It finished with a 9.7 compared to an 11.2.

Warner Bros.’ “Kung Fu: The Legend Continues” bowed to a 15% loss, falling to a 4.7 from a 5.5.

WB’s other entrant, “Time Trax,” eased a tick. It dipped 2% to a 4.3 from a 4 .4.

But Par’s “The Untouchables” extorted a 7% gain, shooting to aTurn to page 16