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Dangerous Wind Chills Expected into Wednesday

Written by The Two River Times. Posted in News

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Published on January 06, 2014 with No Comments

 Despite temperatures in the single digits, construction continues on the West Front Street bridge on Tuesday afternoon.


Despite temperatures in the single digits and ice forming on the Navesink River, construction continues on the West Front Street bridge in Red Bank  Tuesday afternoon.

The National Weather Service’s Wind Chill Advisory is in effect until 6 a.m. Wednesday.

It’s just not cold it’s frigid with a west northwesterly wind that is giving the region wind chill values of 15 degrees below zero to 20 degrees below zero.

The noontime temperature in Red Bank was about 9 degrees.

The weather service forecasts an afternoon high at about 12 degrees.

Tuesday night the temperature will dip to about 5 degrees with Wednesday’s high being near 24. Temperatures are expected to reach above freezing on Thursday with a high of 34.

And to complete this up and down cycle, Saturday is predicted to be around 52 degrees with a chance of rain.

 

 

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