Dry weather could mean less brilliant fall foliage locally
Sep 07, 2016 12:05 am
News10 television in Albany reports that New York's fall foliage may be duller this fall, with more brown leaves if dry conditions persist. The current drought in southern New England may mean a duller season than usual for leaf peepers this fall. Some stress such as a lack of rain can trigger brilliant reds in sugar and red maples trees, so this fall might not be all bad. Read the full story at the News10 website.