We’re just over two weeks away from the official onset of autumn, but hints of the coming season change are all around us!
The weather is slowly getting cooler at night, and some trees have begun to exhibit the very first signs of changing colors.
For many, the change in fall foliage from greens into vibrant shades of golds, reds, purples, and oranges, is the sign that autumn is in full swing! Thankfully, the interactive map by smokeymountains.com uses sources such as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to predict when the leaves in your area will reach their peak vibrancy!
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By using the prediction map, you can plan your favorite fall excursions to coincide with the most stunning fall foliage surroundings.
Currently, the trees around Washington, D.C., are predicted to reach peak shades of crimson and oranges between Oct.17 and Oct. 24.