Greensboro, NC -- The coverage and intensity of the fall foliage continues to emerge across the country and now into the Piedmont.
Much of western Maryland, eastern West Virginia, northwestern Virginia and through the higher elevations of the North Carolina-Tennessee mountains are seeing moderate color. The highest elevations in northern West Virginia are seeing high, if not near peak, color.
Hints of color can be seen here and there across the Piedmont Triad, with a little more color being found north, closer toward Virginia.
The typical fall color peak in the mountains is during late
September, but due to a warmer than average summer the peak has been
slightly delayed. Peak color is expected over the next week.
Typical peak color in the Piedmont Triad is not until
the end of October.
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