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When does fall foliage usually peak in New York?

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Typically, fall foliage peaks between the last week of September and the third week of October. However, peak fall foliage season varies in different regions of New York.

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In the Adirondack and Catskill regions, fall foliage is expected to peak during the last two weeks of September.

In the Chautauqua and Allegheny regions, fall foliage usually peaks during the last week of September and the first week of October.

In the Leatherstocking and Finger Lakes regions, fall foliage reaches its peak during the first two weeks of October.

In New York City and Long Island, fall foliage is expected to peak in the last week of October and first week of November.

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