A Mild Fall Leads to Late But Vibrant Fall Foliage in Central New York
It's way to early for leaves to start changing color in central New York right? Tim Tanner found one in his yard in Camden but don't worry. It's not a sign of things to come. Not yet anyway. Fall is expected to be mild this year and the warm weather will lead to late foliage.
“There are probably going to be people at the beaches for a longer duration this year compared to other years,” AccuWeather Expert Long-Range Forecaster Paul Pastelok said in the latest Fall forecast that calls for a warm September.
October cools off but we may not need costumes big enough to fit over Winter coats in central New York this year. "I think we’re going to be waiting a long time for significant snow that’s going to stick.”
A warm Fall means we'll have to wait a little longer for some of the most beautiful Fall foliage in the country. And it will be beautiful again this year. "A vibrant display is predicted, thanks in part to dryness anticipated before the turn of the leaves."