Have you noticed how different the 4 weather seasons are across the United States? The seasons are definitely NOT the same everywhere! It depends on where you live. See when spring starts, when summer starts, when fall starts, when winter starts this year.
The weather ultimately determines why and how the leaves turn color each Fall. A small change in the weather can easily affect how colorful the leaves will be. Here you'll find other great facts about the best destinations to view beautiful fall colors and facts about the Autumn tradition to view the leaves.
Want the best chance of seeing colorful autumn leaves? Here are 4 fun, easy tips that help me find great fall foliage color every year!
There are 4 main fall foliage regions across the United States. See which fall foliage map is the best for tracking colorful autumn leaves near you.
Looking for a great fall foliage map, so you can track autumn colors near you or in places where you might be traveling? Here are the best fall leaf maps.
Want to get the latest fall outlook? Here’s where to find it, and how to make your own fall weather report.
Find out the best fall destinations — and how to plan a fall vacation — here! See where the fall foliage is changing right now.
When New England fall colors arrive earlier than usual, is it a sign of climate change?
Here’s a list of 10 incredible places to see fall foliage.
While Indian Summer is not the formal name of any time of year, it is a commonly used expression that describes the sunny, warm days of fall after the color of the leaves start to change and after a frost, but before any snowfall has occurred. See when Indian Summers occur, where they occur, and what they signify.
Along with the fun you and your kids will have studying fall colors, recording the weather, and trying to guess what Mother Nature may bring next… your kids may also have the foundation of a blue-ribbon winning science project for the next school fair!
Perhaps you’re wondering how the weather affects fall colors and how foliage actually changes colors in the fall. Here are some tips.
My husband and I took a trip to New England to do a little leaf peeping. We had heard that this was a marvelous area for autumn foliage and it far exceeded our expectations. Here are photos and details of our fall foliage train ride through Vermont, New Hampshire, and Connecticut.
By using your imagination and a few inexpensive craft supplies, you can create beautiful autumn crafts that will add some charm to your home decor. Here are 4 fun craft ideas using autumn leaves.
Preserving Fall leaves is one of the best ways to decorate your home during the autumn months. And it’s always fun to make little mementos that include colorful leaves that you’ve collected. Here’s how to preserve your leaves.
The weather ultimately determines why and how the leaves turn color each Fall. A small change in the weather can easily affect how colorful the leaves will be. Things such as the amount of moisture in the soil, temperature, and even the length of the days affect what colors the leaves will eventually turn — and even the brightness and hue of those colors.
Recently, I took my mother and grandson on a trip the to Muskoka area. While there, we explored the Lake of Bays region and Huntsville, Ontario. Here are some fall foliage photos and tips if you’d like to make the trip there yourself.
Proof that it’s Fall… time to look forward to watching nature change colors, playing in piles of crunchy leaves, and enjoying cooler temperatures.
Tips for viewing fall foliage in ALL states, plus fun things to do with all of those colorful leaves you gather!