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Fall colors peaking on Blue Ridge Parkway

A view near the Lost Cove Cliffs Overlook, mile marker 310 on the Blue Ridge Parkway, shows the fog passing through the mountains on Thursday, Oct. 13. Colors are still peaking in some areas below 4,000 feet, especially south of Grandfather Mountain in the Linville to Little Switzerland area on the Blue Ridge Parkway, according to Dr. Howard S. Neufeld, a professor of plant ecophysiology in the Department of Biology at Appalachian State University, in Boone, N.C.
A view near the Lost Cove Cliffs Overlook, mile marker 310 on the Blue Ridge Parkway, shows the fog passing through the mountains on Thursday, Oct. 13. Colors are still peaking in some areas below 4,000 feet, especially south of Grandfather Mountain in the Linville to Little Switzerland area on the Blue Ridge Parkway, according to Dr. Howard S. Neufeld, a professor of plant ecophysiology in the Department of Biology at Appalachian State University, in Boone, N.C.Jennifer Rotenizer / Winston-Salem Journal via AP