TULSA, Okla. — Quick Facts:
- We're keeping track of fall foliage in Oklahoma this season.
- Each week, FOX23 Certified Meteorologist Laura Mock will show us the best places to get a good look at the scenery.
- We're also looking at photos from FOX23 viewers and will share them with everyone.
- Share your fall photos with us using #FOX23Foliage on social media or email them to email@example.com
We’re getting closer to peak fall foliage in Green Country. With so many places showing bright fall colors, there aren’t any bad recommendations on where to go. Try going east or south of the Tulsa are into the hills to find wooded hills. Areas like Tahlequah, Flint Hill or any of our regional state parks would be a great place to explore looking for fall foliage.
Watch this video for updated Fall Foliage status and places to go this weekend here:
Even though fall foliage is proceeding very well, strong winds can ruin the views overnight. Watch this video for more on how bright fall leaves can be more susceptible to being blown off the trees.
It should be a vibrant year for fall color. In late September, Certified Meteorologist Laura Mock looked at foliage predictions for this year and why some trees started turning so early.
Want to see some of the pictures that FOX23 viewers captured of the fall foliage around Green Country? Check it out below!
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