Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 9, 2021

How climate change affects the fall foliage chasing around the United States 

Ohio News Time reports

By the end of September, the leaves usually cascade to warmer shades throughout the United States. This year, many regions have not even pivoted from the shades of green in the summer yet.

Portland, Maine — A drought that causes the leaves to turn brown and die before they reach their peak color. A heat wave that encourages the leaves to fall before autumn comes. Extreme weather like a hurricane that completely strips the leaves of the trees.

Read more at  How climate change affects the fall foliage chasing around the United States – Ohio News Time


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