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Saturday

20

July

min. +63°
max. +82°

Sunday

21

July

min. +73°
max. +84°

Monday

22

July

min. +68°
max. +81°

Tuesday

23

July

min. +63°
max. +77°

Wednesday

24

July

min. +64°
max. +79°

Thursday

25

July

min. +68°
max. +82°

Friday

26

July

min. +68°
max. +84°
Overcast
+63°F
Sunrise 4:48 Sunset 8:41

Temperature, °F

feels likeWhat the temperature
feels like in
appropriate clothing

Pressure,

Humidity, %

Wind,

Chance of
precipit., %

  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 2 am
    +63°
    +63°
    988
    88
    0
    -
  • 5 am
    +59°
    +59°
    989
    91
    0
    -
  • 8 am
    +63°
    +63°
    989
    89
    4
    -
  • 11 am
    +75°
    +75°
    989
    54
    6
    5
  • 2 pm
    +82°
    +82°
    988
    40
    6
    8
  • 5 pm
    +81°
    +81°
    987
    43
    5
    27
  • 8 pm
    +73°
    +73°
    988
    62
    3
    18
  • 11 pm
    +66°
    +66°
    988
    90
    4
    3
Folklore weather forecast: On this day, we honor in the Catholic Church the memory of St. Jerome, Blessed Ceslaus. We usually have heat that day, but if it rains, it is heavy rain: “The day of St. Jerome is usually hot, but sometimes it increases the level of water in rivers”. Mist and thunder are the harbingers of the fertility of mushrooms in autumn “If on the Day of Blessed Ceslaus we have rains, mists, and thunder, we will have many mushrooms in the autumn”.
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 2 am
    +63°
    +63°
    987
    99
    3
    1
  • 5 am
    +61°
    +61°
    987
    99
    3
    2
  • 8 am
    +73°
    +73°
    988
    65
    3
    5
  • 11 am
    +84°
    +84°
    988
    42
    5
    22
  • 2 pm
    +82°
    +82°
    989
    49
    7
    57
  • 5 pm
    +77°
    +77°
    989
    62
    11
    71
  • 8 pm
    +73°
    +73°
    989
    70
    7
    50
  • 11 pm
    +66°
    +66°
    991
    89
    8
    17
Folklore weather forecast: Today, we honor in the Catholic Church the memory of St. Apollinaris of Ravenna. When this day was hot, the farmers kept bringing corn from the field. A dry and sunny day promised a warm autumn, and if it rained on that day, it would rain a few more days. They said about today’s patron: “When the harvest ends on the Day of St. Apollinaris, a farmer thanks God for the gifts received”.
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 2 am
    +63°
    +63°
    991
    99
    8
    5
  • 8 am
    +68°
    +68°
    992
    76
    8
    8
  • 2 pm
    +81°
    +81°
    992
    34
    11
    27
  • 8 pm
    +73°
    +73°
    991
    39
    10
    8
Folklore weather forecast: This day we honor in the Catholic Church the memory of St. Mary Magdalene. When it is raining on the Day of St. Mary Magdalene, so, as a rule, we will have a few rainy days. The roses are said to begin to fade on this day. Mary Magdalene weeps for her Lord, which is why it rains these days. If that day is sunny and hot, this bodes for the autumn rains. Therefore, when “St. Mary Magdalene’s Day is bright and sunny – a granary will be too small for the harvest”.
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 2 am
    +61°
    +61°
    991
    62
    6
    15
  • 8 am
    +63°
    +63°
    991
    65
    8
    18
  • 2 pm
    +77°
    +77°
    991
    32
    12
    25
  • 8 pm
    +75°
    +75°
    991
    32
    8
    4
Folklore weather forecast: People celebrate today in the Catholic Church the memory of St. Bridget, the Patroness of Sweden and Europe. From the observation of weather, animal behavior, and the state of the plant, our ancestors were able to predict what kind of weather will be the next days: “If the rain forms bubbles on the water, rainy weather will last a long time”, “When the leaves of potatoes look upwards, it means that good weather is ending”.
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 2 am
    +57°
    +57°
    991
    83
    4
    11
  • 8 am
    +64°
    +64°
    992
    64
    7
    14
  • 2 pm
    +79°
    +79°
    992
    33
    9
    26
  • 8 pm
    +77°
    +77°
    991
    38
    6
    7
Folklore weather forecast: This is the day when we honor in the Catholic Church the memory of Saint Kinga the Patroness of Poland and Lithuania. July is slowly coming to an end. It is still hot and much work still needs to be done in the fields, but the days become shorter, and the evenings and nights are getting colder. “Although the world is constantly green, it is getting closer to autumn” – our ancestors used to say. A patroness of today, said: “Sunny Saint Kinga fraternizes with farmers and extends the days of summer”.
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 2 am
    +59°
    +59°
    991
    87
    4
    3
  • 8 am
    +68°
    +68°
    992
    72
    4
    7
  • 2 pm
    +82°
    +82°
    992
    31
    6
    7
  • 8 pm
    +75°
    +75°
    991
    36
    4
    5
Folklore weather forecast: On this day we honor in the Catholic Church the memory of St. James, the Apostle. Our ancestors noticed: “As the weather is today, so it will be on Christmas Day”. On the other hand, if St. James’ day is clear, then Christmas will be cold and frosty. On St. James’ day, the weather before noon foretells having winter before Christmas, and after noon foretells the time after Christmas. When it is fair three Sundays after St. James’ day, it means that corn shall be very good, but the corn will wither if it rains today.
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 2 am
    +61°
    +61°
    991
    75
    4
    4
  • 8 am
    +68°
    +68°
    991
    49
    4
    2
  • 2 pm
    +84°
    +84°
    988
    26
    5
    11
  • 8 pm
    +77°
    +77°
    987
    33
    4
    8
Folklore weather forecast: Today we honor in the Catholic Church the memory of Saints Anne and Joachim, the parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God. The best-known proverb about St. Anne says: “Cold evenings and mornings start from the St. Anne”. If it rains on St. Ann’s Day, it will rain for a month and a week. And if on St. Anne’s day, the ants are building up their sand-hills, it is a sign of coming severe winter.