Autumn in New England
The autumn in New England marks the transition from summer to winter in New England, United States. The autumn in New England has become very famous and attracts a lot of tourists every year. Hiking has become popular among the tourists.
Many September and October days are sunny and warm (for being autumn), combined with chilly nights. These temperature drops cause the leaf colours to change, and one cold night can change much within some hours.
Peak determinations are not considered possible. Leaf peeping has become popular.
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