October 20, 2007
The Appalachian Chain is alive with the colors of fall from North Carolina northward to western Maryland. Moderate to peak conditions can be found in these higher elevations. In eastern West Virginia, peak has passed in the highest elevations (above 4,000 ft.).
The lower elevations in the region continue to report low color. As October closes out, these areas should start to see a progression in color change.
Leaf drop is low (in the lower elevations) to moderate (in the higher elevations) across the region.
This information provided by Marek D. Rzonca, The Foliage Network.
Next Report: Wednesday, October 24, 2007