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Maryland Fall Foliage Report for Friday, November 26, 2021

The Southern Maryland Chronicle
The Southern Maryland Chronicle
 2021-11-26
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The meteorological fall season comes to a close on December 1, and we are beginning to experience consistently cooler temperatures and brisk winds across Maryland. Fall foliage enthusiasts who bundle up and head east will be rewarded with leaves of crimson, amber, and gold adorning the Eastern Shore’s beautiful waterfront landscapes.

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A few pops of color remain in the central part of our state, and our citizen reporters spotted gorgeous burgundy-red leaves in Frederick and mellower tones of yellow and orange at Seneca Creek State Park. We’d like to thank all of the Marylanders that submitted photos capturing the fall season this year. We were thrilled with the response, and your photos helped us with our foliage forecasting.

“It looked like the world was covered in a cobbler crust of brown sugar and cinnamon.”
Sarah Addison Allen

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Baltimore and Howard Counties

Patapsco Valley State Park

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McKeldin area of Patapsco Valley State Park?

The brilliant early fall colors have faded to muted tones of yellow, orange, and red at the McKeldin area of the park. The Hollofield Overlook, home to the park’s headquarters and one of its two campgrounds, boasts some of the most beautiful views of the Patapsco River. Ranger Alyssa Myers Patapsco Valley State Park


Photo Submissions for the Week

We’d like to thank all the folks that continue to send in photos of fall scenes from around Maryland.

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Nancy G. – Log Roll Overlook, Green Ridge State Forest, Allegany County

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