The sixth month, June according to the Gregorian and Julian calendars, has 30 days. Late June marks the end of spring and the begining of summer for the Northern Hemisphere with weather getting warm to hot depending on where you live. For locations in the Southern Hemisphere contrarily it is the start of winter. During the common (non-leap year) and leap years their are no months that start with the same week day as June.
History of June
The name of the month June has arrived from ‘Juno’, the Roman goddess of marriage and wife and sister of Jupiter. Others say June came from the latin word iuniores which means younger persons or youth.