The season of scarves, sweaters, and pumpkins spice everything is about upon us. No matter how you feel about the end of summer, it's hard to appreciate the colorful foliage when it reaches its peak in autumn. Those red, orange, and gold leaves may be seen outside your window sooner than you think;
Fall foliage normally peaks sometime after the autumnal equinox, which falls on September 23 in 2019, but exactly when depends on variables like rainfall and temperature. Each year, the tourism website SmokyMountains.com looks at weather forecasts and historical trends from NOAA and puts them together on an interactive map when foliage is prone to peak across contiguous US
Warm temperatures have led to peak later in the season. In 201
By sliding the scale below the map, you can see it in your part of the country.
"We believe this interactive tool will enable travelers to take more meaningful fall vacations, capture beautiful fall photos, and enjoy the natural beauty of autumn," Wes Melton, the site's data scientist and CTO, said in a statement. This is accurate predictions for the entire continental United States. "
If you can not pick one destination to take in the foliage this case