Dry weather could lead to a shortened fall foliage season in New England. 

According to an article from News 10, the Associated Press is reporting that the fall foliage season in areas of new England could be a little shorter and the colors a little less spectacular this year. The dry weather and drought conditions we have had this summer will effect the foliage come autumn. The report says some  areas could even see leaves dry up and turn straight to brown!

Hopefully this report does not translate to the Capital Region. While it has been a dry summer, we have gotten more rain than other parts of New York - hopefully enough for fall to give us all it has to offer as far as spectacular foliage. And hey, if not - there are always plenty of fall beers to enjoy at Troy on Tap September 17th!

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