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Adair Co., KY, Outlook: Short fall leaf season, mild winter

Corn is loose and low to the ground
Adair County will experience a beautiful but short fall leaf season in 2005, one observer here predicts.

"It's been a dry year, and that means the leaves will be pretty," he said. "But they'll fall off quickly, maybe with the next rain after they change."

The mild winter prognostication, according to Arvist Sinclair, can be foretold by observing the cornfields. "Corn is loose and low to the ground," he said. "That means a mild winter."

This story was posted on 2005-09-19 02:00:00
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Fall leaves giving gifts of color as season peaks

2005-10-19 - Columbia, KY - Photo Linda Waggener. LEAVES ARE TURNING VIVID COLORS THIS WEEK in Adair County as these photos show. Maple trees are the first to blaze into yellows and reds. The weather is at its finest with gentle breezes and temperatures in the 70s. Technicolor blue skies cap it all off to perfection.
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