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The 2014 Farmers Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

It’s Leaf Peeping Season!

The US is on the brink of breaking out into bold color. The fall foliage season is different all over the country. What it looks like depends on where you live, but there is nothing more splendid than driving around on a clear day in September and October (or even November, if you live in a late peak state) checking out the vibrant colors of autumn. There are a number of websites that give you a blow by blow description of where peak is but if you are thinking about where you might go and when, the Farmers’ Almanac has a good guide, too.

Here is a link to our projected peaks times for leap peeping by state.

If you capture a great view you want to share tell us the date and location and post it on our Facebook page.

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