SmokyMountains.com recently created this great interactive 2017 Fall Foliage Map using an algorithm that computed several million data points from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. In addition to historical and present day temperature trends, the algorithm also analyzed "historical precipitation, forecast temperatures, and forecast precipitation, as well as historical leaf peak and peak observation trends from other sources." According to this data, New York City should see peak fall foliage in the days surrounding October 8th, 2017. Check out the full map to see how the fall foliage peak levels change throughout the nation with time.
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