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 »

MORE SUMMER RAIN EXPECTED

Doomy clouds loomed over Fair Haven and Red Bank Friday afternoon as weather forecasts called for possible thunderstorms Friday night and Saturday, followed by sunshine on Sunday. (Click to enlarge)

TEMPS IN MID-NINETIES FORECAST

mbc-spinnakers-062210Members of the Monmouth Boat Club, including Taugh Lynch of Little Silver, below, got in a couple of races on the Navesink River before threatening skies ended the fun Tuesday night. The storms didn’t materialize. (Click to enlarge)

mbc-sailor-062210It’s going to be nasty hot in the Red Bank area today, the National Weather Service says.

There’s also a slight chance of thunderstorms, the agency forecasts.  More likely, though, are “damaging” wind gusts.

Here’s the look-ahead:

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