23 Sep Fall Foliage Report
Looking for New England Maine Fall Foliage?
Fall Foliage in Greenville Maine and areas North are turning quickly. Temperatures dipped into low 40’s and not much sunshine today.
Fall color is now progressing and we are seeing moderate color 30% to 40% with leaf loss. The last two days have been quite windy watching colored jewels falling from the sky. It wont be long now. Looking for this weekend to have sunshine and warmer temps. A great time to think about heading to inland Maine if you are out chasing fall colors.
Photo of the week Fall Reflections taken by Trevor Davis on a fall foliage tour from Special T Adventures just south of Greenville.
Plan a Maine fall road trip. Pick up some Maine apples, pumpkins, and have a drink of apple cider. The cranberry harvest has started in some areas as well. Local corn and tomatoes are great as well as our potato harvest. Enjoy the sights and tastes of this years harvest season.
Greenville Maine features many lakes, ponds, and rivers where the Fall Foliage reflections are beautiful. Fall leaves are just starting to turn in this photo. Fall foliage reports are posted throughout the autumn season.
Looking for a place to stay, choose Greenville Maine for your next fall vacation. Awarded the #1 New England Fall Vacation destination by about.com readers.
Fall Foliage reports are posted when the colors start to turn typically mid September to mid October in Moosehead Lake Region.
For current foliage conditions contact The Cozy Moose at 207-695-0242