Predicting The Vibrancy of NH’s Leaf-Peeping Season

Predicting the vibrancy of fall foliage is as much a guessing game as it is a science. The constant factor: The amount and duration of sunlight determines when the green leaves of deciduous trees like maple, ash, birch and oak begin to turn to red, orange, yellow or purple. The variables: Weather conditions, and to some extent, forest health. And each year is different. *| More…

| Keene Sentinel

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