Where: Even larger expanses of the same regions will see peak, including several additional states like Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Michigan, Wisconsin, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, and Utah. Meanwhile, the areas that reached peak in the prior week are forecast to be "beyond peak" at this point and only small areas of the South remain unchanged.
Where: Portions of even more states are expected to enjoy the height of the fall beauty, including Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Texas, Arizona, Washington, Oregon, and California. This appears to be peak peak, if you will, and change will be apparent in some way in every state on the map.
Where: Peak will begin to move farther south to states like Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee as well as to greater expanses of California, Oregon, and Washington. However, all of the Northeast, upper Midwest, and much of the areas around the Rockies are expected to reach "beyond peak" as November nears.
Where: Most of the country will be beyond peak at this point, especially places in the North that are known for gorgeous fall colors. However, peak will continue to expand to new places in the South and almost all of California.
Where: As winter begins to take hold, only parts of the South are not expected to be "beyond peak." Elsewhere, there likely won't be much left to see. "Beyond peak" dominates the map.
Where: Leaf peeping season is all but officially over now that the winter solstice is only about a month away. At this point we recommend you move on from your pumpkin beer and move on to a good, hearty stout.