The last seasons, which involved foliage, were conveyed through weather conditions in New England, New York, and elsewhere.
Droughts, which result in leaves turning brown and withering before they finally can reach their peak.
Heat waves make leaves drop before autumn appears any time soon.
Extreme weather events such as hurricanes completely ripping trees from the leaf.
Leafing through the foliage presents some serious threats to a delightful autumn activity from the era of climate change.
Leaving leaves to travel to observe nature demonstrate its autumn colours, is a popular annual activity in many corners of the country, especially in New England and New York.
Additionally, in some parts of the country, warming is postponing the start of the foliage season.