When And Where To Expect New Hampshire’s Fall Foliage To Peak This Year

While some people assume the end of summer comes with Labor Day weekend, we believe summer lasts as long as it’s warm outside. But no matter what we want to believe, the official end of summer is September 21st. That means Autumn’s official start is September 22nd. Kissing summer goodbye and coming around to the idea of fall means planning trips to see fall foliage and we just learned what to expect for 2021! The team at smokymountains.com has a proprietary algorithm and using special data points they’re able to predict the arrival and movement of fall foliage across the country. Here’s what to expect for New Hampshire!

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

The annual interactive map published by smokymountains.com takes into account historical weather, NOAA precipitation forecasts, elevation, actual temperatures, temperature forecasts, and average daylight exposure. This information combined with their unique algorithm create almost 50,000 data points on the map of America. This is what provides the weekly forecasts the share. While we know that the predictions aren’t 100% accurate, this information is a great way to start planning for weekend fall foliage trips. And in a few weeks, be sure to check smokymountains.com for their first-ever mid-season update!

Do you have any go-to spots for seeing New Hampshire’s fall foliage? Let us know in the comments so we can check them out!

To get in some fun outdoor time before things get too cold we’ve got a great hike for you. This trail leading to 5 different waterfalls in New Hampshire is often called the little Yosemite of the East!

 

 

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