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The foliage is starting to turn toward fall colors. While it is still mostly green, slight color changes can be seen in higher elevations and some rural areas. Peak colors are expected in the mountains during mid to late October; the Piedmont and Coastal Plain are expected to peak during late October. Check out the DOF blog, at fallcolorva.blogspot.com.
Every autumn is different, and every day – every hour – of every autumn is different. This year in Shenandoah National Park, some of autumn’s colors are taking the stage, very boldly and by storm.
To be sure, most trees are still green. It’s still early in the season, so that behavior is not unusual. Read More
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