Fall Foliage Will Be At Peak This Weekend In Western New York
This weekend will be the perfect weekend to see all the amazing reds, yellows, and oranges that make up the Fall Foliage.
According to the website, Iloveny.com this week much of Western New York will be at peak or near peak conditions for Fall Foliage.
Check out the map they put out this week.
If you plan on heading out this weekend to peep at some of these amazing colors. Here is where you can see some of the best colors. Chautauqua County will be reaching peak foliage this week. Chautauqua Lake, Jamestown, and Findley Lake are also showing peak or near-peak foliage, while Allegany State Park is expected to be at peak and past-peak foliage this weekend with around 75-95% leaf change.
In Erie County, Springville, Boston, and East Aurora are all predicted to be at peak foliage with 80% color change.
Both Niagara County and Orleans counties are expected to be near or at peak change with nearly 80% of the leaves changing colors.
After this weekend, much of Western New York will move to past peak and many of the leaves will start to drop off the trees. If you can't get out this weekend, next week much of the Finger Lakes region is expected to reach peak Fall Foliage. A trip out East will provide you will some amazing colors.
To check out the Fall Foliage near you click HERE.