The vast majority of Connecticut is past peak foliage.
The fall foliage season is ending across Connecticut. Although some spotty color remains in a few areas, mainly near the coast, many leaves have turned brown and trees are becoming bare.
All inland areas are past peak. Some color remains in a few urban areas, but even the eastern shoreline of Connecticut is reporting past peak conditions.
A narrow area of the Connecticut River Valley near the shoreline and the urban coastal corridor from New Haven west to the New York border are reporting peak colors. Any maple trees that have not experienced a notable leaf drop are showing the most vibrant color.
Into this weekend:
Colors are becoming hard to find across Connecticut. The best bet for some remaining patchy foliage will be along the I-95 corridor southwest of New Haven. Otherwise, colors are quickly turning brown and the leaf drop is spreading south to the coastline.
Map color table:
Green – Most leaves are green
Lime green – Patchy color is noted (more than 50% green)
Yellow – Colors are approaching peak (more than 50% turning)
Orange – Colors are peaking (more than 75% have turned)
Brown – Colors are turning brown and leaves are falling
This is the final fall foliage report of 2014.