Central New York Fall Foliage At 30 Percent
Signs of fall are beautiful and changing quickly in CNY.
The I Love NY Fall Foliage Report tells us the what stage the color change is in throughout our region. Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend.
Gorgeous fall colors at the midpoint of change in some areas of the Adirondacks region, as colors throughout the rest of the state, are still in the early stages of change.
Saranac Lake and Tupper Lake area are experiencing 50 percent color transition of red, orange, and yellow leaves of average brilliance. In
Old Forge in Herkimer County is at a 35 percent color change can be seen with burgundy, red, and orange leaves of average brilliance emerging.
New York Fall Foliage Report says CNY could be a midpoint this coming weekend with a 30 percent transition and average to bright leaves of shades of red and gold.
In Madison County, the Old Erie Canal in Chittenango expects more than a 20 percent change this coming weekend, with touches of yellow, orange, and red leaves of average brilliance. [I Love NY]
Spotters in Oneida County say Utica will see a 15–20 percent color change with mostly green leaves accompanied by some gold and yellow hues and a splash of orange and red.
In Otsego County, Cooperstown foliage spotters it's primarily green leaves along with some emerging orange leaves.