October 3, 2007
The foliage in this portion of the Southeast continues to progress very slowly. This is most likely due to the warm temperatures in the region during much of September. The only locations showing any significant color are the mountains in northeastern West Virginia and extreme western Maryland where moderate color (31% - 60% change) has been reported. Some of the higher elevations of the Appalachian Mountains are also very close to moderate color range. Elsewhere, there is either little to no change or low color (11% - 30% change).
Leaf drop is still low to very low throughout the region.
This information provided by Marek D. Rzonca, The Foliage Network.
Next Report: Saturday, October 6, 2007