Conditions are prime for vibrant foliage across the Hudson Valley, experts say.
The snowfall and wet weather of last winter and early spring are the catalysts for that forecast, according to AccuWeather.com.
“Trees have responded well [to the moisture] and look promising for a very good fall foliage season,” AccuWeather Lead Long-Range Meteorologist Paul Pastelok said.
The AccuWeather fall forecast calls for occasional warm spells, which could put a damper on the vibrancy of colors in some areas. But according to Pastelok, it won't majorly impact the display.
“All in all, the Northeast is looking great for foliage,” he said.
For more info on fall foliage season in New York state, click here.
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