Most of eastern New York is now past peak.

What You Need To Know

  • Eastern New York is now past peak outside of the lower Hudson Valley

  • The Finger Lakes are seeing some of the best color right now

  • Rain is in the forecast again this weekend

Rapid leaf drop is making for less than ideal color for most.

The Capital Region

While the Capital Region is past peak right now, there is still some decent color to be seen.

Hadley Mountain (Johnathan Ampersand Esper)
The Capital Region (Zabih Saikhu)
Thacher Park (Meteorologist Ryan Finn)

The Catskills, Hudson Valley and NYC

The Catskills have been past peak for two weeks now, but many spots in the lower Hudson Valley and NYC are still seeing great color.

Minnewaska State Park- Diana Richards
Port Jervis, N.Y. (Stephanie Buckley)
Central Park, N.Y. ( Elias Miguel)

Central NY & The Finger Lakes

While not quite peak, excellent color can be found across much of the Finger Lakes and CNY heading into the weekend.

Green Lakes State Park, N.Y. (Instagram: Aidenmedia)
Taughannock Falls State Park, N.Y. ( Edgar Le)

Western New York

WNY is a mix of peak and past peak color right now. This looks to be the last great weekend for foliage for areas south of Buffalo.

Letchworth State Park (David Lanni)
Allegany State Park (Instagram: wnywanderess)

This week has been pretty wet and after drying out to end the work week, more wet weather is on tap this weekend. Saturday will feature scattered to widespread showers with isolated showers on tap for Sunday.

As always, the best part of this blog is the pictures we receive to update conditions from around the state, so please share any and all photos from around NYS!