Milder Temps, More Water, Less Wind = Great Color

Milder temperatures, more water and less wind have contributed to one of the most colorful autumns on record for Southern California, the Los Angeles Times posted on its online Living section, yesterday.  Reporter Roy Rivenburg found that with few Santana winds blowing their hot air across the southland, this autumn, more leaves were left on branches, and with more rain and cooler temps, those leaves have provided longer lasting color.  With four days left in Autumn, the show continues down south and is in its last moments up north, making 2010 a record year for autumn color in California.

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