RED BANK: SUNNY START TO AUGUST

red bank rainbow 073119 A rainbow, as seen from the Community YMCA in Red Bank, followed a summer drenching Wednesday afternoon.

August gets underway Thursday mostly sunny, with a high near 83 degrees on the Greater Red Bank Green, according to the National Weather Service

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RED BANK: FLORENCE DEPARTS

As heavy rains from the remnants of Hurricane Florence moved back out over the Atlantic, the Greater Red Bank Green was treated to a grand rainbow Tuesday evening, as seen here from Tower Hill Church in Red Bank.

Don’t expect abundant sunshine immediately, though. Partly sunny skies are expected at least through Thursday, according to the National Weather ServiceCheck out the extended forecast below. (Photo by Trish Russoniello.  Click to enlarge.)

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RED BANK: SPRINGLIKE WEEK AHEAD

Has long-awaited spring of 2018 finally taken hold? It sure looked and felt that way on South Street in Red Bank Friday, above. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)

We’re in for lots of sunshine and warm temperatures in coming days, according to the National Weather Service. Here’s the extended forecast for the Greater Green:

RED BANK: MAY WE NOW HAVE SPRING?

The Greater Red Bank Green bid adieu to the chilliest April in 40 years Monday evening under a golden sunset accented by a rainbow, as seen from the Riverview Towers high rise apartments. (Click to enlarge.)

But if April wouldn’t fully commit to spring, May appears eager for summer. The month begins under mostly sunny skies, with temperatures peaking at about 76 degrees Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service, and the following three days are expected to be even warmer. Here’s the extended forecast:

RED BANK: SUNSHINE RETURNS

A rainbow over Red Bank and the Navesink River put a colorful cap on a weekend marked by extended downpours Saturday and an alternating sun and rain on Mother’s Day Sunday.

The workweek begins Monday with mostly sunny skies and lots of wind, with gusts up to 31 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service. (Photo by Susan Ericson. Click to enlarge.)

AUTUMN 2014: A RAINBOW CUTS THE BLUSTER

rb rainbow 110714A classic autumn afternoon of grey skies, chilly temperatures and blustery breezes was speared by a rainbow over the Navesink River Friday afternoon. Megan Elgrim, 11, of Fair Haven, grabbed this photo as her mom, Kathy, drove across Cooper’s Bridge between Middletown and Red Bank shortly after 4 p.m.

Perhaps the rainbow is letting us know we’re in for an abundantly sunny Saturday and a mostly sunny Sunday – which is pretty much what the National Weather Service forecast says, too. (Photo by Megan Elgrim. Click to enlarge)

RIVER RAINBOW

rainbow-091511A stunning sunset Thursday night was accompanied by a breathtaking double rainbow, as captured in a view east along the Navesink River by a resident of Riverview Towers in Red Bank. (Click to enlarge)

RAINBOW OVER OUR BEAUTIFUL NAVESINK

rainbow1A redbankgreen reader sent us this photo, taken from upper floor of the Riverview Towers highrise on Riverside Avenue in Red Bank Sunday after Hurricane Tropical Storm Irene blew through. (Click to enlarge)

SOMEWHERE, OVER THE NAVESINK

rainbow2Thanks to reader Tom Scriven of Sea Bright for sending us this shot, taken from Marine Park in Red Bank on Sunday at 6 p.m. (Click to enlarge)