ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) – Forecasters say North Carolina can anticipate an “common” season for fall leaves, however a university professor suggests it will not be so dangerous.
The Asheville Citizen-Occasions reviews Appalachian State College biology professor Howard Neufeld sais a average summer time with rain and no drought might assist deliver out the colours.
Neufeld stated it has been a reasonably average summer time with fairly good rain, no drought and average temperatures. He stated if there are clear days into September and a succession of very cool nights and sunny days, that may deliver out the purple colours.
The autumn foliage forecast seems to be rather a lot brighter than final yr. Lengthy durations of warmth and drought within the spring and summer time of 2016 created a spotty colour present.
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