First DCNR Weekly Foliage Report ReleasedIt may be fall, but the region's trees aren't ready yet.
Pennsylvania's Leaves Nearing Peak Color This WeekendMost of Pennsylvania's leaves are nearing peak color, with the best viewing for leaf watchers beginning this weekend
Changing Fall Colors Coming On In Parts Of West VirginiaPeople wanting to take a drive to enjoy the changing fall colors in West Virginia should consider counties in the southeastern part of the state.
Fall Colors Starting To Pop Across PennsylvaniaWarm weather has been keeping the fall foliage color change to a minimum, until now.
Warm Weather Delaying Fall Foliage In West VirginiaWarm weather has delayed the changing colors of the trees in West Virginia, with the best locations to see fall foliage in the higher elevations in the eastern part of the state.
Pennsylvania Fall Foliage Season Could Be One Of Best EverIt’s rare that you can say this, but be prepared this season for what could be the brightest and most vivid fall foliage you’ve ever seen.
Western Pa. To See Peak Fall Foliage In Coming WeeksIt may still feel like summer with the warm weather we've been having, but Friday is officially the first day of fall and that means leaves changing colors and beautiful foliage.
Peak Foliage Season Arrives In Western PennsylvaniaTree gazers rejoice, it’s that time of the year again when nature is putting the finishing touches on a portrait of color that rivals the best of artwork ever made.
Signs Point To Vibrant Fall Colors For PennsylvaniaFall has officially arrived. While temperatures have been rather summer-like over the past couple of days, a more fall-like pattern should be arriving by the time October rolls around.
Best Places For Fall Colors In PittsburghFrom New York to West Virginia and everywhere in between, there are tons of surrounding spots ideal for soaking up the seasonal sights and sounds
Best Places To See Autumn Leaves In PittsburghEach day ends a little sooner than the last this time of year. At a certain point, the dwindling sunlight causes the regional flora to suspend the process of photosynthesis. The result is a cornucopia of brilliant reds, oranges and yellows.