Ohio’s Best Fall Foliage Dates: Interactive Map – Solon, OH Patch
September 28, 2016 - Picnic Time
Autumn in Ohio is one of a many vividly colorful times of year. As a Oaks and Sycamores ready for a unavoidable assault of winter blizzards, a trees morph into a fire of reds and oranges and yellow. It’s primary flannel and cruise time for a outdoor crowd. For a indoors crowd, we can spasmodic peek out a window while binge examination ‘Stranger Things’ again.
If you’re formulation an outing into a Great Outdoors, you’d be good served to time your outing perfectly. Too mostly would-be root sightseers finish adult feeling short-changed when they revisit a park, a Fall Foliage Prediction Map can assistance with all of that.
The map can be found on a Great Smoky Mountains National Park website, though it includes all 50 states. If you’re formulation a outing to some other area with good tumble color, such as New England, a map can mislay some of a guesswork.
In Ohio this week, a leafs are now during prejudiced leaflet color. By subsequent week, they should be in nearby rise leaflet color. The leafs strike rise coloring a week of Oct. 14.
Image around Beth Dalbey, Patch