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ON THE GREEN: THE RUST OR THE RASPBERRY?

RB painting 041916 2RB painting 041916 1A crew from Wells Painting of Monmouth Beach was out in downtown Red Bank Tuesday giving 40 Broad Street a new look. The final color will be the rust hue seen at right; the pink is just a primer, says owner Patrick Wells. We kinda like the pink, or as we call it at redbankgreen headquarters, raspberry. Your thoughts?

Wednesday appears to be another beautiful day outdoor work on the Greater Red Bank Green, with ample sunshine and temperatures peaking around 60 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.  (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)

ON THE GREEN: A GREAT DAY FOR STROLLING

rb weather 041816fh weather 041816Blue skies poured sunshine down on the Greater Red Bank Green Monday, offering ideal conditions for some low-exertion outdoor activity. With temperatures heading into the mid-70s, a walker took it all in on Spring Street in Red Bank, above, while another had some company on River Road in Fair Haven, right.

The outlook through Thursday is for sunny or mostly sunny days, with daytime peaks in the high 50s and 60s, according to the National Weather Service.  (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)

ON THE GREEN: A CLEAR PATH TO SUNSHINE

rb dust cloud 041216Working in a light rain, a man cutting a sidewalk on Madison Avenue in Red Bank raised an enveloping cloud of dust Tuesday morning.

The rain was expected to taper off by early afternoon, giving way to partly cloudy skies and, on Wednesday, lot of sunshine, according to the Weather Underground.  (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)

ON THE GREEN: UMBRELLAS AWAY, COLLARS UP

rb weather 040416A drizzling rain prompted a pedestrian on Pinckney Road in Red BaNk to pop out the umbrella Monday morning.

After several days of grey skies and off-and-on rain, the Greater Red Bank Green is in for partly cloudy skies and chilly air Tuesday, with temperatures peaking at only about 42 degrees, according to the Weather Underground.  (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)

ON THE GREEN: FOWL WEATHER FORECAST

Rooster 040316redbankgreen encountered this cocky fellow Saturday, one of five feeding in the grass outside a home at West Front Street and Hubbard Avenue in the River Plaza section of Middletown.

There’s some foul weather ahead, with showers turning to steady rain Monday afternoon and a freeze warning in effect from 1 a.m. to 10 a.m. Tuesday, according to the Weather Underground.  (Photos and GIF by Trish Russoniello.)

ON THE GREEN: WARMER, THEN WETTER

sb beach 033016 2With chilly breezes and temperatures in the low 50s Wednesday, shorts and a t-shirt might have been pushing it for most folks, but not this solitary beach walker in Sea Bright.

Thursday, however, promises warmer, if less sunny conditions, with partly cloudy skies and temps nearing 70 degrees, leading into a rainy Friday and Saturday, according to the Weather Underground.  (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)

ON THE GREEN: SPRING COLOR AND SHOWERS

rb bloom 032516Cherry blossoms in Red Bank’s English Plaza parking lot, as seen on Friday.

The Greater Red Bank Green is in for a gray day Monday, with rain falling steadily throughout the morning and into the afternoon, according to the Weather Underground. A wind advisory is in effect from 2 p.m. until midnight, with gusts up to 50 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)

ON THE GREEN: SPRING IS IN THE HAIR

Nina schock 032316Colorist Nina Schock of Salon Concrete in Red Bank took advantage of temperatures in the low 70s to style a trio of mannequin heads out on Broad Street Wednesday afternoon.

Thursday’s outlook is for much cooler weather, with temperatures peaking at about 53 degrees on the Greater Red Bank Green, according to the Weather Underground. Warmth returns Friday, with highs above 70 again, but come accompanied by an 80-percent chance of rain (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)

 

ON THE GREEN: WARM ENCOUNTER IN RUMSON

rumson deer 032116 1A deer checks out two-legged visitors enjoying a first-full-day-of-spring stroll in Rumson’s Meadowridge Park late Monday afternoon.

The post-winter thaw continues Tuesday, with temperatures expected to peak at about 55 degrees, and to climb as high as 68 on Wednesday, according to the Weather Underground (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)

 

ON THE GREEN: SNOW’S A NO-SHOW

LS road brine 031816Forecasts for a first-day-of spring northeaster prompted towns across the Greater Red Bank Green to lay down road brine as a precaution, as seen here on Garfield Place late Friday afternoon, But as of early Monday morning, a storm that had been expected to dump up to four inches of snow had barely dusted cars and lawns, leaving roadways a bit slick, but snow-free.

Monday’s forecast: clearing, with a daytime high temperature of about 50 degreess, according to the Weather Underground (Photo by Trish Russoniello. Click to enlarge)

 

ON THE GREEN: ARRAYED FOR ST. PATRICK’S

rb st pat 031716 10rb st pat 031716 3Accessorized in splashes of green, visitors and regulars marked another St. Patrick’s Day in downtown Red Bank Thursday. Click the “read more” below for additional photos.

And speaking of greenery, more is expected soon as winter turns to spring at 12:30 a.m. Sunday, according to the Weather Channel. In the interim, though, the weather will be seasonally mixed, according to the short-term forecast (Click to enlarge)

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ON THE GREEN: SPRING? KEEP YOUR SHIRT ON

rb maple cove 030916According to the National Weather Service, temperatures were peaking at 81 degrees on the Greater Red Bank Green when we snapped this photo at Maple Cove in Red Bank shortly before 3 o’clock Wednesday afternoon. Someone, apparently, is ready for winter to end.

Thursday’s expected to be not quite as warm, with top temps of about 75 under partly cloudy skies, the Weather Channel says.  (Click to enlarge)

 

ON THE GREEN: SPRING ON THE HORIZON?

strollo's lighthouse 030816A sprucing-up at the seasonally open Strollo’s Lighthouse Italian ice stand in Red Bank in Tuesday’s t-shirt weather would seem to signal the approach of winter’s end. Of course, it’s never over until it’s over. But Wednesday’s forecast of sunny skies and temperatures in the low 70s promises a taste of spring.  (Photo by Trish Russoniello. Click to enlarge)