Thinking About A Road Trip To New Hampshire? A New Hampshire Foliage Tracker Is Available
Are you heading up north anytime soon for some autumn leaf-peeping? New Hampshire has launched its online foliage tracker where you can see what the foliage may look like in the fall.
According to WCVB 5, the foliage tracker website is very easy to use.
All you have to do is move the dial down along the dates on the left hand side of the page, and the colors of the state's regions are shown from red to green.
Some forest scientists believe that the dry conditions may impact foliage this year. They believe that a drought can make the season shorter and less intense.
In New Hampshire's mountain region, where the colors can be seen for miles, New Hampshire's maple leaves turn red, orange and yellow and draw millions of visitors each fall to the state.
Expect the next couple of weeks to be busy on the roads in the Granite State for tourists who travel north to get a scenic view of the fall foliage.
With additional reporting by Sal Lopez