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Update for Tuesday, October 28, 2014: Past Peak

A mix of color is what you will find in the Merrimack Valley region. Our leaf peepers are reporting some bare trees, but also a good deal of remaining color including yellow, gold, and even the occasional red. There are spots of color just about everywhere, so travel any road in this region for views of lingering oranges and gold. Route 114 from Goffstown all the way to Henniker is still a nice drive, with golden tones, dark yellows, rusts and browns. The colors towards the very southern portion of the state are a bit bolder, so try a drive on roads around Hollis, Nashua or Hudson. In Amherst, the oaks are holding onto their leaves and there are still a fair amount of yellows to be seen along Route 101. Leaves are falling quickly though, so head out soon to if you want to view the last remaining color in this area.

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