It's the most colorful time of year. Some of the best fall foliage in the country can be found in upstate New York, but it doesn't last long. Here's a timeline of when you can see all the colors at their peak all across New York state.
A listener's photo showing the Town of New Hartford working quickly to suck up the snow covered leaves, before a coastal snow storm is expected to drop over 6 inches of the 'white stuff' on the Mohawk Valley. Watch the video of the leaf vacuum in action.
There is so much beauty in Upstate New York, but one thing that sets us apart from other regions is the amazing fall foliage. Each year the trees go from green to shades of orange, yellow, and red. It's a sign that summer has officially ended, and colder weather is on the way. It's the "bitter-sweet" season!