Hello, Fall: Peak Color Will Be Here Before We Know It

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Hello, Fall.

A few days late I know, but it feels like we blinked and September is nearly over.

For whatever reason, September always feels like an in-between month with the start of football, and schools going back, but it also feels like summer. It may also be the fact it is just a very hectic month around my house.

I know that fall officially arrived a week ago, but it always felt weird to me that we consider September part of the fall.

October 1, however, says welcome to fall all month long.

While September is a busy month, October is nearly nonstop with festivals and events like the Wolly Worm Festival, and Oktoberfest just to name a few, and who could forget the fall color?

It even seems that Ma Nature is getting in the fall spirit with the cooler temperatures – especially at night – which is setting the stage for an epic fall color display.

We are starting to see color showing up, and some of the northern locations along with the highest mountain tops will be in peak color before we know it.

Check out this shot from the Buckeye Lake on Beech Mountain this morning.

For the North Carolina mountains, Brad shared this update a couple of days ago of where you could see some low to moderate colors as we move into October.

You can check out his tweet by clicking here.

The West Virginia mountains look to be along the same timeline as well.

Today’s featured image is from last season at Snowshoe Mountain, where they mentioned they are getting close to peak in a week or so.

As the leaves start to turn, we will be bringing you some more updates on the colors and everything else that makes fall in the mountains so magical.

That does it for today, but until next time, #ThinkSnow!

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