Fall Foliage: Where to see it around the tri-state

Beautiful fall colors are starting to emerge across the Northeast of the United States.

According to Connecticut's Department of Energy & Environmental Protections, foliage season begins in late September and extends through early November. Peak color is estimated to be between Oct. 5 and Nov. 8.

MORE: Why do leaves change color?

From the News 12 Weather Center: Check out updated foliage status in the Northeast:

Here's some information on where to go to find great fall foliage:

CONNECTICUT
Connecticut Northwest/Northeast Corners: Oct. 7-13
Connecticut Eastern and Western Mid-State Counties: Oct. 14-20
Shoreline and lower Connecticut River Valley: Oct. 31 - Nov. 6
Connecticut Fall Foliage Report
Where to View Fall Foliage in Connecticut
Fall Colors of Some of Connecticut's Trees

 

NEW JERSEY
Average peak color in New Jersey is Oct. 19-29 but it really depends on variables like temperature and rainfall.
New Jersey Fall Foliage Report
Fall Foliage Hikes in New Jersey

 

NEW YORK
In New York, fall colors are expected to peak around the week of Oct. 15.
New York Fall Foliage Report
Where to View Fall Foliage in New York State

 

OTHER NORTHEAST STATES
Vermont Fall Foliage Report
Maine Fall Foliage Report
New Hampshire Fall Foliage Report

GUIDES
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