This summer’s unusually-warm temperatures have lead apple trees to bloom early, and many orchards are already in business.
is in the air. (j-mo) and one popular fall tradition – apple picking – might be coming a little bit early this year. (mm) those we talked to at orchards here in rhode island – say they’re already open for business. (j-mo) meteorologist pete mangione has more on the story from the northwest mobile newsroom in smithfield. pete apples4 1:56:25 Warmer temperatures this past winter have helped apples like these come out a little bit early this year. nothing goes better with a beautiful, late summer day than a side of apples John Steere, Steere Orchard, Greenville 1:42:29 The apples seem to be a little early this year john steere of steere orchard’s in greenville says most of his apples are about a week ahead of schedule this year. he suspects it’s related to the warm temperatures this past winter. as for the size… 1:44:33 The apples seem to have really good size this year. They’ve thinned o