Morning fog with possible drizzle is expected to give way to mostly sunny skies Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service forecast. Of note is the possibility of snow overnight Thursday into Friday. (Photos by Trish Russoniello. Click to enlarge)
Volunteer firefighters on the scene of a yard fire at 62 Washington Street in Red Bank Sunday night. Fire Chief Tommy Welsh tells redbankgreen the fire, reported at around 7:30 p.m., burned a wooden fence, apparently after a discarded cigarette ignited some leaves on the ground. The fire was quickly knocked down, with no damage to the house, Welsh said. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)
Friday’s Veterans Day salutes including one at the Veterans Monument at 51 Monmouth Street in Red Bank at 11 a.m. are likely to be held under sunny skies amid gusty winds as we head into a sunny and mild weekend.
Here’s the forecast for the next few days and beyond:
What a weekend, huh?
Near-freezing temperatures, sideways rain, snow, slush, then… brilliant sunshine, as though a switch was thrown.
Saturday’s “freak northeaster” dumped up to 19 inches of snow elsewhere in New Jersey, but spared the The Green its icy wrath. Then, on Sunday, hardly a cloud in the sky.
The National Weather Service forecasts a mostly sunny Monday with a high of 55 degrees or so.
Here’s the outlook for Monday night at the rest of the week: