Where’s Your Favorite Fall Foliage Spot in the Hudson Valley?
The heatwave is over! Well, hopefully.
It seems like the Hudson Valley just can't shake off summer. Yesterday temperatures in around the Hudson Valley got as high as 89. Now that we sweat summer out of our systems it's time for fall.
The best part about the fall in our area is the fall foliage, and the changes are coming.
According to ILOVENY.com the Hudson Valley is at its foliage mid-point. They say there will be " 40% transition and yellow, orange, and red leaves" in Dutchess County. While Goshen in Orange County and Hudson in Columbia County are at 35% transition.
The map above shows a quick road trip to the Catskills or Adirondacks will be a colorful one.
If we follow along with the foliage prediction map from earlier this season, it looks like we'll be in near/full peak within the next few weeks.
Where's your favorite foliage spot in the Hudson Valley? Mine is Minnewaska.
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