Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 20, 2019

Sierra Fall Color Report in S.F. Chronicle

The San Francisco Chronicle reports

It’s been a one-of-a-kind year in the Eastern Sierra for fall colors. In California, the peak fall color season usually starts at the highest elevations and then descends about 500 feet a week. For some reason, this year peak conditions in the Sierras have not stuck to this schedule.

In the past month throughout the mountains, one grove of trees can be at peak colors while another is just turning.

Read full article at Who needs the East Coast? Fall foliage in the Sierra looks insanely beautiful – SFGate

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