Labor Day is over, the fair has already passed, the kids are headed back to school.  That means one thing...fall is here.  With fall comes pumpkin spice everything and changing leaves.

If you're one of those people who just love when the air gets this fall chill to it, chances are, you also love the changing leaves.  And if you're planning any trips around the country this fall, you might want to hit up the places where the leaves are changing at their peak.

That's what this cool guide is for.  While they admit that no tool like this can be 100% accurate, it's meant more to help you have the best opportunity of catching peak color each year.

You can even change the date to see further down the road where the leaves will be changing.

What if you're not traveling?  According to this map, the leaves in Western New York will be at their peak colors between September 28th and October 12th.

Sept 14th Minimal change begins to roll into WNY

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Sept 21st Changes become patchy - a little green, a little orange

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Sept 28th Changes become partial and close to peak

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Oct 5th Changes in WNY are near peak

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Oct 12th This will be the peak time for fall foliage in WNY

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Oct 19th We are past peak time in WNY, but PA is still in peak

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Oct 26th WNY and Northern PA are past peak

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