Let's take a look at the fall foliage report for this week, September 25th - October 1st, for the state of Maine.

There is change happening across the state where some Mainers are seeing more leaf color change more than others.  Northern Maine towns like Rangely, Greenville, Millinocket and Houlton draw a line across the state that shows moderate foliage change from these towns north, with the exception of some Penobscot county and Washington county towns having moderate change as well.

Towns Fryeburg, Augusta, Bangor and Calais are still in the region of low foliage change.


The peak week for the Bangor area to check out the best and brightest foliage viewing is predicted to be somewhere near October 15th - 20th.

Check out the latest Maine Foliage report on the Maine.gov website here.

Nationwide Fall Foliage

Smokeymountains.com has put up an interactive map so you can check out what's going on with the fall foliage nationwide.  This week, things are changing from partial to near peak levels in the Rocky Mountain areas, northern midwestern regions, and mid-Atlantic and northern Eastern states from Pennsylvania to Maine.  Areas surrounding these near peak areas lie in the partial or patchy stages, mostly covering the northern half of the United States with the South and southern parts of the Western states showing no change.

Stay tuned, more updates to come!

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