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Thursday

20

June

min. +72°
max. +82°

Friday

21

June

min. +72°
max. +79°

Saturday

22

June

min. +64°
max. +75°

Sunday

23

June

min. +61°
max. +72°

Monday

24

June

min. +64°
max. +79°

Tuesday

25

June

min. +68°
max. +81°

Wednesday

26

June

min. +68°
max. +73°
Mostly clear
+79°F
Sunrise 4:11 Sunset 9:03

Temperature, °F

feels likeWhat the temperature
feels like in
appropriate clothing

Pressure,

Humidity, %

Wind,

Chance of
precipit., %

  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 2 am
    +64°
    +64°
    999
    94
    4
    -
  • 5 am
    +64°
    +64°
    999
    100
    4
    -
  • 8 am
    +72°
    +72°
    999
    78
    5
    -
  • 11 am
    +77°
    +77°
    999
    74
    5
    -
  • 2 pm
    +79°
    +79°
    999
    70
    6
    -
  • 5 pm
    +82°
    +84°
    999
    58
    7
    17
  • 8 pm
    +77°
    +77°
    999
    85
    6
    38
  • 11 pm
    +72°
    +72°
    1000
    89
    5
    14
Folklore weather forecast: This day in the Catholic Church is the feast day of St. Adalbert, the Bishop, as well as Bl. Benigna from Wrocław. Ahead of us is the last decade of June, a period of time when the calendar spring leaves and we welcome summer! Observations of nature gave rise to the following sayings: “When the broad bean blooms in June, then it’ll be the largest famine, and when the poppy blooms, then it’s no longer so”, and “In June the pear trees lose their flowers and the cherry trees blossom”.
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 2 am
    +68°
    +68°
    1000
    93
    4
    2
  • 5 am
    +66°
    +66°
    1001
    91
    4
    2
  • 8 am
    +72°
    +72°
    1003
    77
    4
    1
  • 11 am
    +77°
    +77°
    1003
    68
    5
    33
  • 2 pm
    +79°
    +79°
    1001
    58
    7
    49
  • 5 pm
    +75°
    +75°
    1003
    76
    4
    70
  • 8 pm
    +72°
    +72°
    1003
    93
    4
    67
  • 11 pm
    +68°
    +68°
    1004
    93
    5
    30
Folklore weather forecast: June 21 in the Catholic Church is the feast day of St. Aloysius Gonzaga, the monk. Old sayings go like this: “When the meadows are being mowed on St. Aloysius’ day, each woman implores rain”, and “From a sunny St. Aloysius’ day, a rich yield can be expected”. If the weather is sunny on this day, it will be like this all summer: “If St. Aloysius’ day is full of sun, there will be no end to good days”.
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 2 am
    +66°
    +66°
    1005
    95
    6
    27
  • 8 am
    +64°
    +64°
    1008
    77
    8
    37
  • 2 pm
    +75°
    +75°
    1009
    49
    11
    11
  • 8 pm
    +72°
    +72°
    1008
    51
    9
    4
Folklore weather forecast: Today in the Catholic Church is the feast day of St. John Fisher, the Bishop, and St. Thomas More. These warm and longest days of the year allow us to draw joy from the surrounding beauty, and at the same time remind us that these are the last days of such beautiful birds’ singing. Our forefathers used to say: “If in Cancer the sun rises with thunder, it usually brings a drought”; (at the summer solstice the noon sun is located at the Tropic of Cancer).
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 2 am
    +61°
    +61°
    1011
    61
    8
    6
  • 8 am
    +61°
    +61°
    1011
    61
    8
    11
  • 2 pm
    +72°
    +72°
    1009
    49
    10
    14
  • 8 pm
    +72°
    +72°
    1011
    45
    9
    10
Folklore weather forecast: This day in the Catholic Church is the feast day of St. Joseph Cafasso, the presbyter, and St. Wanda. On St. Wanda’s day, if the sun sets on a cloudless sky, St. John’s day (June 24) will be sunny and warm. “St. Wanda and St. John lay wreaths onto the water, and jointly advise the harvest weather”, in other words the weather on this day is the same weather that will occur during the harvest. Let’s also remember the festival of fire, water, sun and moon, harvest, fertility, joy and love, that is, midsummer night.
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 2 am
    +61°
    +61°
    1011
    53
    7
    14
  • 8 am
    +64°
    +64°
    1012
    57
    8
    4
  • 2 pm
    +79°
    +79°
    1012
    50
    11
    9
  • 8 pm
    +75°
    +75°
    1013
    53
    7
    4
Folklore weather forecast: Today in the Catholic Church is the birthday of St. John the Baptist. Our ancestors said this of this day: “Before St. John’s day we need to ask for rain because, after St. John’s, it is given from heaven without requests”. Whatever weather is brought by this day, that’s the type of weather there will be for the next forty days. “If the rains come on St. John’s, it will also rain for six more Sundays”.
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 2 am
    +64°
    +64°
    1015
    59
    5
    2
  • 8 am
    +68°
    +68°
    1015
    60
    6
    2
  • 2 pm
    +81°
    +81°
    1015
    39
    8
    5
  • 8 pm
    +77°
    +77°
    1015
    47
    6
    2
Folklore weather forecast: June 25 in the Catholic Church is the feast day of Bl. Dorothy of Montau, the widow. It’s worthwhile to listen in to our surrounding wildlife just as our ancestors did; we read their observations today in these sayings: “Although June is the gateway to summer, it often weaves March chills into the warm days”, and “If the weather in June serves us well, the farmer just squints his eyes”.
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 2 am
    +66°
    +66°
    1015
    67
    5
    2
  • 8 am
    +68°
    +68°
    1015
    60
    5
    2
  • 2 pm
    +73°
    +73°
    1013
    34
    8
    10
  • 8 pm
    +73°
    +73°
    1011
    45
    6
    8
Folklore weather forecast: This day in the Catholic Church is the feast day of St. John and St. Paul. Insightful observations about the weather are seen in adages and sayings, although sometimes they are controversial: “The weather in June is sometimes as sour as an old bride”. But it is also true that when June is warm and dry, it uplifts the heart.