Check out the Adler's monthly sky watching guide for June 2013.
Featured News for June
After the first week of the month, Venus and Mercury remain visible low in the early evening sky, about five degrees apart. The planets seem to move in relation to each other with each passing evening. By June 19th, Mercury appears lower than Venus, and by the last week of the month Mercury is blotted out by the glare of the sunset.
The summer solstice, marking the first day of summer, occurs at four minutes after midnight Central Daylight Time on June 21st.