Here are some fun weather lore sayings about June. How many of these do you know?
Weather Lore Sayings For The Month of June:
- If June is sunny, the harvest will come early.
- In June, when there is no dew, it indicates rain.
- A cold and wet June spoils the rest of the year.
- June, damp and warm, does a farmer no harm.
- A good rain in June sets all in tune.
- The north wind in June blows in a good rye harvest.
- An early harvest is expected when the bramble blossoms early in June.
- When it is hottest in June, it will be coldest in the correlating days of the following February.
- A wet June makes a dry September.
- If on the 8th of June it rains, it foretells a wet harvest.
- If it rains on the feast of St. Medard (June 8th), it will rain forty days later; but if it rains on St. Prottis (June 19th), it will rain for the next forty days.
- Rain on St. Barnabas’ Day (June 11) is good for grapes.
- If St. Vitus’s Day (June 15) be rainy weather, it will rain for thirty days together.
- If Midsummer Day (June 24) be ever so little rainy, the hazel and walnut will be scarce; corn smitten in many places; but apples, pears, and plums will not be hurt.
- Cut your thistles before St. John (June 24), and you will have two instead of one.
- If it rains on June 27th, it will rain for seven weeks.
- If it rains on St. Peter’s Day (June 29), the bakers will have to carry double flour and single water; if dry, they will carry single flour and double water.
- Rain on Peter and Paul (June 29) will rot the roots of the rye.
- Calm weather in June sets corn in tune.
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