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Update for Friday, September 19, 2014:   10% Peak

Slowly but surely, we're starting to see foliage season arrive in the White Mountains.  Right now, the trees in higher elevations are the ones seeing the most change.  The mountain summits are showing red, orange and gold, while the valleys remain fairly green.  Route 116 from Whitefield to Jefferson is a nice scenic drive right now, with bold reds in the wet areas and more yellow leaves appearing by the day.  The mountains behind Jefferson Village have begun to turn as well, providing a very pretty backdrop.  In the southern part of the region, there is minimal change still, with some splashes of yellow and red here and there.  We're anticipating that this region will begin to change quickly over the next week, so be sure to check back for the latest updates next week!

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