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Autumn in the United States

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« on: November 13, 2011, 12:06:20 am »

The mid-Atlantic traditionally boasts some late-peaking places too—but Mother Nature threw many of them a curveball last week. Some parts of southeastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and Delaware are nearing peak foliage conditions. But while color abounds in some spots, others were wiped clean by last weekend's Halloween snowstorm.

Virginia reports plenty of color, even in the mountainous Shenandoah Valley. There, most of the summits are now past peak, but the scenic valley floors are still draped in their fall hues. The state's Piedmont region will peak soon, and colors won't be at their best in the coastal-plain region until the middle of the month.

Neighboring Maryland is reporting a similar fall foliage status. While most of the leaves are past their prime in the western part of the state, this week should still see good color in the central Tidewater regions and out on the upper part of Maryland's Eastern Shore.
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