Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Fall is awesome!

From the bright green of the white birch in early spring, to the greens of summer, to the brilliant colors of the sugar maple in fall we are moving quickly through this year. Next on the list is the blue spruce covered in a white dusting. (That would be winter if you haven't caught on)

Fall Foliage Update: As of today the leaves in the northwest corner of the state are around 25%-35% changed. With even more in some isolated areas that are nearing 75% change. All this rain will help to slow the quickly changing foliage with an estimated peak around Oct 10th-15th. Leaf drop will mostly likely be completed before Halloween just like it was last year.

(Yes, I took this while driving...)

As much as I am just waiting for snow, I see nothing in the near future or extended future that would signal an early season snowfall. It's going to be very difficult to beat last years early snow event on October 15, 16, and 17. I can assure you that as the weather get more interesting I will be posting more and more blogs, and sometimes even several times a day...

Till then Hasta Luego!

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