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Months equal to September 2016

The month September 2016 has 30 days and starts on a Thursday. September 2016 has 5 Thursdays, 5 Fridays.

Months which have the same number of days and starting weekday as September 2016
YearMonthCompared to September 2016Since last
2006June10 years, 3 months before
2007November8 years, 10 months before+ 17 months
2010April6 years, 5 months before+ 2 years, 5 months
2011September5 years before+ 17 months
2012November3 years, 10 months before+ 14 months
2016Septemberselected month+ 3 years, 10 months
2017June9 months after+ 9 months
2018November2 years, 2 months after+ 17 months
2021April4 years, 7 months after+ 2 years, 5 months
2022September6 years after+ 17 months
2023June6 years, 9 months after+ 9 months
Between years 2006 and 2026 this occurs 11 times. Note that holidays seldom match exactly. Selected month is highlighted.

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Which months have the same weekdays?

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About repeating months

A year has 7 months containing 31 days, 4 months containing 30 days and the final month has either 28 or 29 days. All weekdays occur four times.

This means that:

  • 31-day months repeat on average once every year.
  • 30-day months repeat on average four times every 7 years.
  • 29-day months repeat on average once every 28 years.
  • 28-day months repeat on average 3 times every 28 years.
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