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Reporting from Northern PA, in the upper elevation regions.

This morning, I went out to see what the local foliage looks like after our most recent freeze event.

I was shocked to see a total dieback on numerous flowering plants.

The worst were the tulip poplars...

Down in the valleys, below 1000ft elevation, the tulip poplars survived. Any location higher elevation the poplars look really bad.

I'm asking if people in the lower Northeast/Midwest can please go take a look at your trees and let us know if/what was damaged.

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