Little known fact: I love some vibrant foliage. Call it a weakness if you want but the change from Summer to Fall makes me emote like you read about. This season, they say has the potential to be pretty good in terms of bright colors in the trees.

According to the News Times, State Forester, Chris Martin of the Department of Energy and Environment says cool temperatures at night are one of the key elements to getting the brightest colors. One of the factors that is working for us is we need a lot of precipitation leading up to the season. We can check that water box, we have that covered.

The prediction at the moment is for average to above average colors for fall with the prime time landing right in the first two weeks of October. In case you were wondering, they say Maple trees create the most splendid colors.

Let's GO! Pack the cider donuts, grab a hoodie, fill up my pumpkin spice latte and let's get to leafin', It's foliage season nipple head!