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RED BANK: SUNSHINE FOLLOWS SLUSHY STORM

red bank snowstormred bank snowstormPlows and shovels cleared streets and sidewalks as a snowy, rainy, slush-ugly storm visited the Greater Red Bank Green Tuesday. Rain and above-freezing temperatures took care of the rest overnight, ensuring clear sailing Wednesday.

According to the National Weather Service, the region is in for a day of chilly, breezy sunshine.

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

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RED BANK: SCHOOLS, SNOW ON DELAYED START

Though school districts on the Greater Red Bank Green began calling delayed starts late Monday, not a flake of anticipated snow had fallen by 6 a.m. Tuesday.

Still, an icy mix of snow and rain, plus strong winds, was expected to arrive in the morning, before turning to all rain in the afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.

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RED BANK: SNOW, ICE & WIND IN FORECAST

The  dusting of snow that denizens of the Greater Red Bank Green awoke to Monday could be followed by another after 1 p.m., according to the National Weather Service

Daybreak Tuesday, however, could be a mess, with two to four inches of snow, a glaze of road ice and  winds gusting up to 35 miles per hour in  the outlook. Check out the extended forecast below. (NWS graphic. Click to enlarge.) Read More »

RED BANK: KEEP THE COAT HANDY

RED BANK, NJ, BROAD ST.It was a day for light coats or even t-shirts as the Greater Red Bank Green enjoyed a rare day of warmth and sunshine Tuesday, when temperatures peaked around 64 degrees, according to the National Weather Service

Heavier coats will be needed again Wednesday, though, when temperatures are expected to top out in the mid-40s. Check out the extended forecast below. (Photo by John T. Ward.  Click to enlarge.)

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RED BANK: WARMER DAYS RETURN

navesink river ice red bankAfter several days of bone-chilling cold, arctic conditions were replaced by warmer ones Sunday, softening ice in the Red Bank borough marina at Marine Park, above.

The warming trend continues Monday, when temperatures were expected to peak at about 53 degrees, according to the National Weather Service

It’ll be even warmer Tuesday. Check out the extended forecast below. (Photo by John T. Ward.  Click to enlarge.)

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RED BANK: VORTEX BRINGS BITTER COLD

red bank, nj, sunsetred bank nj snow deiceWednesday was a day of cold weather that included a breathtaking snow squall and an impressive sunset to the Greater Red Bank Green.

Thursday morning brought bitter cold: at 6:30 a.m., the air was at 3 degrees, and wind made it feel like 16 below zero, according to the National Weather Service.

It’s all courtesy of a polar vortex gripping a large portion of the United States and causing multi-hour flight delays at airports. 

The cold was expected to linger through Friday, prompting Governor Phil Murphy to warn New Jerseyans to “stay inside” for safety.

Check out the extended forecast and some cold-weather safety tips below. (Photos by Trish Russoniello, above, and John T. Ward.  Click to enlarge.) Read More »

RED BANK: WEATHER OUTLOOK SLIPPERY

RED BANK, nj, navesink river iceSeagulls settled on a patch of ice in the Navesink River off Red Bank Thursday. The weather forecast for coming days on the Greater Green remained unsettled, however.

With a major storm threatening the northeastern United States, here’s what we can expect in coming days, according to the National Weather Service

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RED BANK: WINTER ROARS ONCE AGAIN

A day after temperatures climbed into the mid-60s, winter roared back to life Monday morning, leaving a forsythia shrub on Prospect Avenue in Red Bank laden with snow.

Worse for drivers, the wet snow made for sloppy and slippery conditions, with several minor accidents reported by local police.

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RED BANK: WET, HEAVY SNOW IN FORECAST

Neither snow nor sleet nor rain was falling on Red Bank as of 6 a.m. Wednesday. But school closings, event postponements and a state of emergency declared by New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy had the region braced for a storm named ‘Toby’ that could dump some 15 inches of heavy, soggy snow on the area throughout the day.

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RED BANK: SNOW, SLIPPERY ROADS EXPECTED

Streets and roads on the Greater Red Bank Green were just beginning to get covered in wet snow at 6 a.m. Tuesday as the third coastal storm in two weeks arrived.

Slippery conditions were expected for the morning commute as our area gets up to three inches, according to the National Weather Service. Schools on the Green announcing two-hour delays as of 5:45 a.m. included Red Bank, Red Bank Regional and Red Bank Charter.

Here’s the extended weather forecast. 

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RED BANK: CHILLY WEATHER RETURNS

A week after a late-winter snowfall, it was shirtsleeve weather in downtown Red Bank Tuesday, when temperatures approached 60 degrees.

Wednesday’s outlook was for sunny skies, but temperatures topping out below 40,  with gusty winds, according to Weather Underground(Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)

RED BANK: DE-ICING FOR DE REOPENING

When Kevin Valerio announced the annual re-opening of his Strollo’s Lighthouse Italian Ice business in Red Bank last week, daytime temperatures were peaking around 70 degrees. So he didn’t expect the stand, at Rector Place and North Bridge Avenue, to be encrusted in American ice and snow that he and his employees would have to hack away at with less than 24 hours to go.

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