My camera is broken, so I borrowed one and took these pictures in my yard last week. I live south of Baltimore, Maryland, in Anne Arundel County.
There has been no frost yet this year. Early in the summer, there was a lack of rain, and the lawn turned brown. But there was no official drought declaration here. The damage did not appear until the rains started again in July.
I planted morning glories under a canopy, which protects them (mostly) from rain:
But some of the leaves get dripped on from the edge of the canopy:
Fruit trees fruited extremely prolifically this year or last year. Now they are distressed or dead:
The plant damage was compared with autoradiographs from leaves from Japan and Chernobyl. This gives a visual representation as to how radiation is distributed in the leaf: