RED BANK: WEATHER OUTLOOK SUNNY

Holiday season over, a pair of brightly painted Christmas trees went out to the curb on South Sunnyside Drive in Little Silver Friday.

The new week begins Monday with another holiday, of course: Martin Luther King Jr. Day. For all the students, federal and state employees and others with a day off, the forecast calls for sunshine, winds and chilly conditions, according to the National Weather Service. See out the extended outlook below. (redbankgreen photo. Click to enlarge.)

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RED BANK: WEEKEND OUTLOOK ‘TRANQUIL’

No, that’s not a forecast map. It depicts snowfall totals from the three-day blizzard that ended 25 years ago today, in 1996. The northeaster is one of only two storms to be classified as “extreme” on the Northeast Snowfall Impact Scale,” a measure of intensity. Who remembers that whopper?

By contrast, the coming weekend will be “tranquil (some would say boring,” with “plenty of sunshine and near-normal temps,” according to a tweet Friday by the National Weather Service‘s Mount Holly office. Check out the extended forecast below. (PNWS visual. Click to enlarge.)

 

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RED BANK: SNOWPERSON WEATHER

While the big kids sledded, two-year-old Mac Messina of Little Silver was fascinated by a snowman at Tower Hill Presbyterian Church in Red Bank Thursday. In Fair Haven, right, siblings James, Catie and Keagan Straine collaborated on their own snowman.

With temperatures not much above freezing until Sunday, the snowpersons may remain a few days, according to the National Weather Service.

Check out the extended forecast, below, which takes us into winter: the solstice will be occur at 5:02 a.m. Monday. (Photos by John T. Ward.  Click to enlarge.)

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RED BANK: PLAYING-IN-THE-PARK WEATHER

New Red Bank resident Andy, who declined to give his last name, passed time playing ‘I Wish You Love‘ on saxophone in Eastside Park while his home aired out after a dishwasher mishap Thursday evening.

The post-Thanksgiving interlude will bring pleasant weather for playing in parks, with partly sunny skies Friday, ample sunshine Saturday and Sunday, and daytime peak temperatures in the mid-50s, according to the National Weather Service.

Check out the extended forecast for the Greater Red Bank Green below. (Video by Trish Russoniello. Click to enlarge.)

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ON THE GREEN: BRIGHT WEEKEND AHEAD

The future looks bright for users of the wooden trailway through a swampy area of Little Silver off Prospect Avenue. It’s getting some badly needed TLC from the DPW, which is replacing deteriorated boards, according to a post on the borough’s Facebook page Thursday.

The weather outlook for the Greater Red Bank Green is also bright, with lots of sunshine and temperatures peaking in the high 60s, according to the National Weather Service

See the extended forecast below. (redbankgreen photo.  Click to enlarge.)

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LITTLE SILVER: FOOTBALL WEATHER COMING?

A deer seemed a bit puzzled – as was redbankgreen –  by a Giants helmet left on strange display in the woods off White Road in Little Silver Wednesday.

Speaking of the Giants, the team should take the field under clear skies for their season opener at home in the Meadowlands against the Steelers Monday night, according to the National Weather Service. In the meantime, here the on Greater Red Bank Green, the next few days will alternate between rain and sunshine.

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RED BANK: STORMS MAY BRING FLOODING

The presoaked Greater Red Bank Green may be in for yet another summer drenching Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.

Some localized flooding could follow slow-moving thunderstorms in the daily forecast. And the phrase “a chance of showers and thunderstorms” dominates the outlook at least through Friday. 

Check out the extended forecast below. (NWS image. Click to enlarge.)

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RED BANK: SUNSHINE AND STORMS FORECAST

red bank marine park 070520Sunlight danced on the Navesink River, as seen from Marine Park in Red Bank Sunday afternoon, capping a summery Fourth of July holiday weekend

The workweek gets underway Monday with more sunshine, and temperatures in the low 90s, but followed by possible thunderstorms in the evening, according to the National Weather Service. Check out the extended forecast below. (Photo by John T. Ward.  Click to enlarge.) Read More »

RED BANK: FOG, SUN, RAIN & BAGPIPES

Though the outlook for performances remains hazy in the lingering pandemic, members of the Pipes and Drums of the Atlantic Watch met under foggy conditions in the parking lot of the Red Bank Middle School to rehearse Thursday evening, generating a sound that cut through the mist.

The Greater Green heads into the weekend with a dense fog advisory in effect until 10 a.m. Friday, according to the National Weather Service. And for the rest of the weekend – which includes the official start of summer, at 5:44 p.m. Saturday – expect a spotty mix of partial sunshine and threats of thunderstorms.

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

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RED BANK: THE STORY, WEATHERWISE

red bank riverside story walk 050320With temperatures rising to the mid-70s, masked visitors to newly reopened Riverside Gardens Park in Red Bank strolled the public library’s Story Walk Sunday.

The story for Monday, weatherwise: partly sunny and not as warm, according to the National Weather Service. A good day, perhaps, to read the latest Story Walk installation: ‘The Sun Shines Everywhere,’ by Mary Ann Hoberman.

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

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FAIR HAVEN: WEEKEND GOOD AND WET

fair haven navesink fishing 042320 1fair haven navesink fishing 042320 Two fisherman enjoyed some socially distant relaxation on the Navesink River off Grange Avenue in Fair Haven Thursday morning. One, at right, quickly returned a fish he’d caught to the water.

The weather outlook for the Greater Red Bank Green is favorable, if you like it wet.  Expect rain Friday and Sunday, though we should catch some sun Saturday, according to the National Weather Service

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

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RED BANK: GOOD STUDY-AT-HOME WEATHER

In this video posted on YouTube Sunday, Red Bank public school teachers and staffers offer upbeat reminders to students to wash their hands and check their emails for class assignments and other updates.

The weather outlook for the Greater Red Bank Green isn’t as upbeat, with gray skies and cool temperatures expected Monday. Then again, conditions for focussing on school work should be ideal. Check out the extended  National Weather Service forecast below.

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RED BANK: LEAF-BLOWING STORM FORECAST

fair haven scenes 041220A man working a leaf blower had Cedar Avenue in Fair Haven all to himself Sunday evening.

Nature plans to provide its own leaf blower Monday, with heavy rain and wind gusts up to 65 mile per hour possible, according to the National Weather Service. “Isolated tornadoes are also possible,” NWS warns.

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RED BANK: SOCIALLY DISTANT LAX PRACTICE

Red Bank Catholic High boys’ lacrosse players, unable to get together to practice, demonstrate an upbeat way to stay connected.

Another week in the COVID-19 era begins Monday with some cheery spring weather, even if social distances still must be observed. Check out the extended National Weather Service forecast below.(Video courtesy of RBC lacrosse. Click to enlarge.)

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ON THE GREEN: SPRING ARRIVES EARLY

With spring in the air, a couple took a stroll down Markham Place in Little Silver Sunday.

The vernal equinox occured at 11:50 p.m. Thursday, marking the earliest start to spring in 124 years, according to the Farmer’s Almanac. And it debuts with summer-like conditions on the Greater Red Bank Green Friday, with temperatures peaking near 76 degrees, according to the National Weather Service

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RED BANK: FORECAST HAS SPRING IN ITS STEP

Red Bank West front impatiens Impatiens on West Front Street in Red Bank seemed to signal an early spring last week.

This week’s weather on the Greater Red Bank Green will indeed be more springlike than wintry, with warmish temperatures and drizzles in the forecast, according to the National Weather Service. Check it out below. (Photo by Trish Russoniello.  Click to enlarge.)

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RED BANK: SUNNY, WARM START TO WEEK

accidental photo red bankA plastic insect added a bit of color to East Front Street in Red Bank last Thursday afternoon, when sunshine was abundant.

After a gray, rather soggy weekend, the new work week buzzes to life Monday under mostly sunny skies, with peak temperatures in the high 60s, according to the Weather Channel

It’ll be even warmer Tuesday. Check out the extended forecast below. (Photo by Trish Russoniello. Click to enlarge.) Read More »

RED BANK: WINDY T-STORMS POSSIBLE

The Greater Red Bank Green lies outside the area of highest risk, but could still be in for a soaking Friday.

According to the National Weather Service, several rounds of showers and thunderstorms will impact the region into the evening. Damaging winds are possible.

The weekend will bring a mix: sun, clouds, wind, and maybe a trace of rain. Check out the extended forecast below. (Image by NWS Mt. Holly. Click to enlarge.) Read More »

RED BANK: NICE PLACE YOU GOT HERE…

red bank nj turkey vulturered bank nj turkey vultureAffecting the air of a thuggish gang, a group of vultures loitered outside Les Gertrude apartments on Broad Street in Red Bank Thursday morning. One enjoyed a sidewalk breakfast of fresh kill. 

Any ornithologists out there who can identify these gray-headed birds? (Photo by Trish Russoniello. Click to enlarge.)

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.

Check out the extended forecast below. (Image by National Weather Service. Click to enlarge.)

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