Trees are beginning to change color across New England as fall arrives, and, at least so far, the drought appears not to be affecting the foliage.
In far northern Maine, fall colors appeared about average this year, the National Weather Service said Monday, sharing images of foliage at the same time going back to 2012.
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Our own images show colors popping further south, in Brownville, as well.
It's still early — fall colors haven't peaked anywhere in New England yet.
Bright fall colors are enhanced by warm, sunny days and crisp, cool nights, with the peak running from late September into November.
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