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Update for Tuesday, October 21, 2014: 100% Peak

The Merrimack Valley region is now at peak color, and already starting to go a bit past peak. Strong winds on Sunday made for a bit of leaf drop, but there is still plenty of color left in the trees. Route 114 between Goffstown and Weare has some very pretty yellow and orange colors that look particularly nice when the sun shines through. In Concord, the colors seem to have dimmed a bit, but there are still trees showing lots of red and orange tones. In the southern part of the region, there is quite a bit of vibrant color remaining. On 1-93 towards the Massachusetts border, you’ll see a variety of fall colors on both sides of the highway. Route 101 between Bedford and Wilton remains a very nice scenic drive, with peak colors all along the way.

Mine Falls Park, Nashua, October 19, 2014 (Click to enlarge)
Submitted via the New Hampshire Fall Foliage App.

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