Take A Look Here!

Foliage pics are coming in
From John Orlandi in Errol, NH
From John Orlandi in Errol, NH
From Bonnie Olson
From Bonnie Olson
From Errol, NH courtesy John Orlandi
From Errol, NH courtesy John Orlandi
Breaking news:  The foliage pictures are flying into the newsroom! Well perhaps not breaking news but the pictures have grabbed my attention.

As of Wednesday morning, September 25 the most vibrant and colorful spots are northern New York, Vermont, & New Hampshire and the hillier terrain within.

Here are some reports from Vermont:
Courtesy www.foliage-vermont.com and quoted from Forester Raymond Toolan "Elmore Mountain is always a good spot on the easterly side mainly. Mount Mansfield, Jay Peak and Madonna are always nice. Some of the best viewing is done on the water of any of the many lakes and ponds in the north country. Green River Reservoir and Lake Willoughby are always worth the ride. Coverage, from what I have seen, seems to be from 40% to 80%. I expect to see peak by the weekend in more than a few areas, especially in the northern tier."

Courtesy www.foliage-vermont.com and quoted from Nancy Patch, "We are reaching about 40-50% color there [Montgomery, Richford, and Enosburgh]."

From www.iloveny.com "Mt. Arab/Tupper Lake areas expect 45-50 percent color change by the weekend [28-29 Sep] with muted-to-average hues of goldenrod, mustard and pumpkin predominating. Some trees are starting to show a burgundy glow with some scarlet tints"


From www.visitnh.gov... "Approaching exit 32 [I-93] and around the Lincoln Woodstock area are coming on stronger with early color. The most colorful areas right now are Rte. 112 heading west from North Woodstock.  Rte. 113 through East Conway, Chatham, and Evans Notch to Rte. 2 in Gorham offers some nice color, though peak is still a week or two away.  As you drive along the backcountry roads in Jefferson (like 115A, Jefferson Notch, Cherry Mountain & Ingerson Road) you find every color in the fall foliage rainbow."


The weather forecast is excellent for viewing! We will have a partly to mostly sunny sky Wednesday through Sunday, September 25-29, cool overnights in the 40s with morning fog and 60s/70s for afternoon highs while feeling nice and dry. A few rain showers may fall Monday the 30th, though some nice weather appears in store for early October too!

-Meteorologist Steve Glazier
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