Posted by: Sandy Steinman | September 18, 2019

Weather Expected to Delay Fall Foliage Season

Travel Pulse reports

  1. Experts are predicting fall foliage season will be delayed for the second straight year as much of the U.S. is set to experience above-average temperatures in late September.

Citing the latest eight- to 14-day outlook from NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, Weather.com reports that “parts of the Northeast, Southeast, Rockies and West have at least 50-50 odds of warmer-than-average temperatures over the next one to two weeks.”

Read full article at Weather Expected to Delay Fall Foliage Season | TravelPulse

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