When And Where To Expect Alabama's Fall Foliage To Peak This Year
Fall is just a few weeks away. If you enjoy exploring Alabama this time of year to experience its beautiful changing colors, you’re not alone. For many people, driving and/or hiking throughout the Yellowhammer State during the fall season to admire its colorful foliage has become an annual tradition. A great way to learn what Alabama’s foliage is expected to look like this fall season, you can refer to the
Smoky Mountains Fall Foliage Prediction Map. A few of these predictions can be viewed below.
On September 27th, we'll start noticing very minimal fall foliage in Northeast Alabama.
When October 4th arrives, patchy foliage will begin moving into the Yellowhammer State.
By the time October 18th arrives, which is only two weeks later, Northeast Alabama's fall foliage will begin to reach near its peak.
From October 25th to November 8th, the entire state of Alabama's fall foliage will have reached its peak. And by November 15th, the Yellowhammer State's fall foliage will officially be past its peak.
There's no denying that Alabama's fall season boasts lots of beautiful colors. And by following this map, you'll get to experience a lot of it.
For more information regarding what you can expect from this year's fall foliage, you can refer to the Smoky Mountain Fall Foliage Prediction Map
. Keep in mind, this map is only a prediction. However, many people use it each fall to find out the best places in Alabama to experience beautiful fall colors.
Where are some of your favorite places to experience Alabama’s beautiful fall colors? Let us know in the comments below.
To experience Alabama’s beautiful fall foliage via road trip, be sure to refer to the following article:
Take A Beautiful Fall Foliage Road Trip To See Alabama Autumn Colors.
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