GEORGIA — As summer wanes, it’s a good time to begin planning road trips to see one of nature’s greatest shows: the fall foliage peak, when leaves change color to blazing reds, vibrant oranges and sunny yellows. When will that happen in Georgia? You can’t know precisely, but there’s a handy tool to help you plan excursions when fall foliage should be at its most spectacular.

The Fall Foliage Prediction Map, found on the Smoky Mountain National Park website, includes predictions not just for the Smokies, which rise above the Tennessee-North Carolina border, but for all 50 states.

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