Hurricane/Superstorm Sandy has had a large impact on the region. The most dramatic consequence of the storm was an unprecedented snowstorm in the mountains of western Maryland, eastern West Virginia, western Virginia and western North Carolina. Some of these locations have experienced over two feet of snow, an all-time record snowfall for October. Unfortunately, this snow has brought an end to the foliage season in these areas. Elsewhere in the region, foliage can still be found in Tennessee, and the lower elevations of Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina.
If you are planning a trip this fall, now is the time to make reservations!
Next Report: Saturday, November 3, 2012