News Carol Cole-Frowe
The recent rains are appreciated, but it’s just a drop in a very big
bucket. About 80 percent of the state, including Central Oklahoma,
continues to be in a persistent, expansive, “extreme” drought.
The drought will dull fall foliage displays, but OKC still boasts some great spots to celebrate fall.
News Kevan Goff-Parker
Instead of the spicy-mustards, chili-reds and burnt-orange arrays of
vibrantly hued leaves that usually adorn Oklahoma City trees in the
fall, this summer’s drought is likely to leave local trees bare or their
leaves brown as early defoliation takes its toll.