RED BANK, NJ: “In the spring, I have counted 136 different kinds of weather inside of 24 hours.” Mark Twain.
Truer words could not have been more spoken.
Yesterday's temperature reached 75 degrees, with bursts of sunshine and then moments of rain. Temperatures are expected to drop down to 35 degrees, on both Saturday and Sunday mornings.
The tree blossoms and daffodils are starting to arise, the birds are chirping, and the trend is toward warmer weather.
The earliest spring equinox in 124 years arrived March 19, according to The Old Farmer’s Almanac. To learn more and why, click HERE.
Take a look at the carousel of pictures taken today which shows the fog burning off looking west at Stavola’s Point and east toward River Rd.
A male (red) cardinal bird perched himself on top of a Molly Pitcher Inn outside lantern, singing for a mate, who was possibly attracted to his serenading.
Love is in the air, and we’re all stuck inside. C’est dommage.