RED BANK: BEGINNING TO FEEL LIKE… WINTER

red bank, nj, christmas tree, disposalPutting the X in Xmas, a Red Bank DPU worker collects Christmas trees along Madison Avenue last week.

Up next: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday. Will the Greater Green see snow for the occasion? The National Weather Service says a “significant winter storm” could impact the region this weekend, though details are uncertain this far in advance. 

Meantime, it just feels like… winter, of all things. Check out the forecast below. (Gif by Trish Russoniello.  Click to enlarge.)

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RED BANK: AUTUMN TO END IN HEAVY RAIN

red bank nj weatherThe final day of autumn, 2018 will include a bit of frost, some sunshine and the start of a heavy rainfall on the Greater Red Bank Green, according to the National Weather Service.

After a day of partly sunny skies and temperatures peaking near 50 degrees, rain is likely to begin later in the day and continue through Friday. Up to three inches may fall, says the NWS, which has issued flooding and wind advisories.

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RED BANK: A DASH OF COLOR AND EDGY CHEER

red bank nj saxum christmas santa's elf red bank nj saxum christmas santa elf Adding a splash of color to a gray December day, a 12-foot-tall Santa’s elf surveyed Broad Street in Red Bank from the parapet of the Vault Thursday afternoon.

#TheSaxumElf will be on the move in coming days, popping up at Saxum Real Estate’s other property holdings in New Jersey, including two more in Red Bank, a spokesman tells redbankgreen.

Whatever edgy cheer Santa’s helper might bring will be appreciated, as the coming weekend will be gray and damp, according to the National Weather ServiceCheck out the extended forecast below. (Photos by John T. Ward.  Click to enlarge.)

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RED BANK: WINDY DAY IN FORECAST

The Greater Red Bank Green is in for a windy day Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service

West-northwest winds will gust at 40 to 50 miles per hour, especially from late morning through mid-afternoon. Though the strong winds will produce wind chills in the 20’s in the morning, the daytime peak is expected to reach the mid-40s.

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RED BANK: ANOTHER SOAKING IN FORECAST

red bank weather rainAfter a downpour Saturday night and early Sunday that left waterways running high, more rain is headed to the Greater Red Bank Green Monday, according to the National Weather Service

A flood watch is in effect as up to three-quarters of an inch could fall from 1 p.m. into the evening, according to the forecast. Temperatures are expected to peak in the low 50s.

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RED BANK: COLD TURKEY DAY IN FORECAST

The Greater Red Bank Green could experience one of the coldest Thanksgiving Days on record Thursday.

But first, expect a sunny, windy Wednesday, with peak temperatures in the mid-40s, according to the National Weather Service

On Thursday, we’ll get sunshine, more wind and temperatures topping out in the mid-20s, the NWS says.

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RED BANK: STRONG WINDS IN WET FORECAST

The Greater Red Bank Green is in for some wet and windy conditions Thursday, according to the National Weather Service

Rain, driven by wind gusts as strong as 50 miles per hour, is expected to soak the region with up to an inch of precipitation into the early hours of Friday, the NWS forecasts. 

The strong winds may blow down trees, limbs and utility lines, with scattered power outages expected, the agency said in a wind advisory issued early Thursday.

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RED BANK: CENTENARY OF ARMISTICE MARKED

red bank war monument At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, Red Bank area residents gathered Sunday to observe Veterans Day and the centenary of the Armistice that ended World War I in 1918.

Mayor Pasquale Menna and a National Guard officer laid a small memorial at the Veterans Monument at Monmouth Street and Drummond Place to honor the 10 borough “boys” who lost their lives in WWI. 

See redbankgreen’s photos from the event below. . (Photos by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)

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RED BANK: SPLASHES OF COLOR, SUN & RAIN

red bank nj autumn mumsMums outside the Robinson Ale House lent a vibrant splash of autumn color to Broad Street in Red Bank Wednesday.

Speaking of splashes, the Greater Red Bank Green is in for yet more rain Friday, according to the National Weather Service. But first, sunny and cool conditions are on tap for Thursday, and the sunshine is expected to return for the weekend and last into Monday, Veterans Day.

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RED BANK: WET WEATHER TO START WEEK

The Greater Red Bank Green will start the first full week of November, 2018 on a wet note. 

A period of heavy rain is possible Monday from morning into the afternoon, which could lead to localized flooding, according to the National Weather Service.

On Tuesday, Election Day, there’s a “marginal risk for severe storms,” with the primary hazard expected to be damaging winds, the agency reports.

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RED BANK: NORTHEASTER FLOODS PARK

red bank, nj, navesink river, monmouth boat club, flood red bank, nj, marine park, flooding With high tide approaching amid a northeaster, the Monmouth Boat Club and adjoining Marine Park in Red Bank were swamped by the Navesink River late Saturday morning. At right, boats moored in the borough marina floated above the bulkhead and promenade.

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RED BANK: WET & WINDY SATURDAY AHEAD

red bank, nj, full moon, moonriseA view of Wednesday’s full moonrise over Red Bank from balcony above Riverside Avenue.

The final weekend of October is expected to get off to a soggy, windy start, with rain beginning Friday night and lasting through much of Saturday, according to the National Weather Service, We’ll have partly sunny skies Sunday on the Greater Green, the forecast shows.

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RED BANK: TURTLENECK WEATHER?

middletown nj turtleA turtle making its way along Navesink River Road near the rail crossing in Middletown Thursday afternoon tucked into its shell at the approach of redbankgreen‘s photographer, who moved the animal to the side of the road.

Meantime, it’s on-again, off-again turtleneck weather time. After  overnight temperatures in the 30s, Friday’s forecast calls for sunshine and highs in the low 60s, according to the National Weather Service

Check out the extended forecast below. (Photo by Trish Russoniello.  Click to enlarge.)

RED BANK: WEATHER OUTLOOK

A gray autumn morning was a good time to tackle some outdoor work on Grant Place in Red Bank Saturday. Or was that just an eerily realistic Halloween yard display?

With many schools and workplaces closed Monday for Columbus Day (or professional staff days, in the case of local public schools), Monday should be another good day for yard work. Temperatures are expected to peak around 69 degrees, with a slight chance of precipitation, according to the National Weather Service

Check out the extended forecast below. (John T. Ward.  Click to enlarge.)

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RED BANK: SUNSHINE FOR OYSTER FESTIVAL

After a night of heavy rain, clouds lay over Red Bank Friday morning, as seen from a perch high above the Navesink River.

Some additional precipitation is possible before early afternoon, but the Greater Green will get a long-overdue dose of sunshine this weekend, according to the National Weather Service. That bodes well for Sunday’s Guinness Oyster Festival.

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RED BANK: BRIEF RESPITE FROM RAIN

The sun and at least one umbrella were out at the same time on West Front Street in Red Bank one afternoon last week.

The new workweek begins with a brief respite from the rain, under partly sunny, breezy and cool conditions, with peak temperatures in the mid-60s, according to the National Weather ServiceRain is likely to return Tuesday, however. Check out the extended forecast below. (Photo by Trish Russoniello.  Click to enlarge.)

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