For the Rest of the Year.
June. The weather will be stormy and unpredictable some days this month. Other days it will be sunny and pleasant. There will be a few cooler days toward the beginning of the month, and a few hotter ones close to the end. On the other hand, there may be hot days toward the beginning, and cool days toward the end cannot be ruled out. Severe thunderstorms are a possibility. The summer solstice will occur sometime between the middle and the end of the month.
July. Summery sunny days will be interrupted by rain occasionally. A nearly 100% chance of fireworks on the fourth day of the month in central North America, the fourteenth day in northwestern Europe.
August. Days will be growing shorter, but there may be more hot weather this month than any other. Rain will continue to be a possibility, but a drought is also not out of the question.
September. The weather may still be hot toward the beginning of the month, but the end may be cooler. On the other hand, because of global warming, the autumnal equinox is likely to be delayed until early October.
October. And I will shew wonders in heaven above, and signes in the earth beneath: blood, and fire, and vapour of smoke. The sunne shall be turned into darknesse, and the moone into blood. No, wait a minute—my mistake. That’s next October. Wrong chart.
November. Days will continue to shorten, and the weather will take a pronounced turn for the colder. Jupiter will be in the house of Hapsburg, indicating a strong possibility of stratocumulus-cloud formation. It’s usually better to sleep through November if you can manage it.
December. As the month goes on, there will be a stronger and stronger possibility of twinkling lights. Giant inflatable red men will appear in front yards everywhere, signaling the approaching end times. The numerous sightings of flying reindeer reported toward the end of the month last year should not be a problem this year, as NORAD has been placed on high alert and will be prepared to deal with any foreign invasions of American airspace.