The interactive fall foliage map is back to help you plan your autumn road trip

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The interactive fall foliage map is back to help you plan your autumn road trip

Even though California is setting record high temperatures this Labor Day weekend, autumn is mere weeks away. It might not feel like fall yet, but the changing foliage is definitely coming. And we have a digital map to prove it. 

The 2020 Fall Foliage Prediction Map from SmokyMountains.com is finally live, which means you can officially start planning your outdoor fall activities and scenic road trips. 

If you’ve never used the annual interactive tool before, you’re in for a real treat. This year’s map begins on Sept. 7, a day when minimal and patchy foliage is predicted in only a few states.  The map concludes on Nov. 23, when nearly the entire country will be be past-peak foliage.  Read more…

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