But at this point 90% of the state’s woodlands remain “green,” according to he site. However, that’s expected to change by the end of the month and the annual influx of “leaf lookers” will begin to stream through our area headed to the northeast Georgia mountains to get a glimpse of Mother Nature’s annual burst of color.
Just how vivid it will be depends, as always, the experts say on a number of things not only temperatures but rainfall as well.
The Georgia Forestry Commission also has a leaf watch website which has details on timing of changes, current conditions, etc.
(DNR photo: 2020. Ft. Mountain State Park near Chatsworth)