Taking a look at the Hudson Valley forecast for the rest of the weekend, it's looking like highs in the 60s and not a cloud in the sky.

If you're looking to go apple picking or do any outside activities this weekend is the time to do it. It's also great because this weekend the Hudson Valley could be at peak for it's fall foliage. I'm a sucker for a picture of the Hudson River flanked by two sides of yellow, red and orange leaves.

According to ILoveNY.com, Sullivan County will be at 100% peak this weekend. Be on the lookout for vibrant red, yellow, orange, and even green leaves. Ulster County, where reports have been coming in from Kingston, is reporting 50%-60% color change this weekend. If you're in the area you'll see leaves with brighter hints of yellow, orange and salmon.

Take a look at the Fall Foliage Map for New York State below:

New York Department of Economic Development
New York Department of Economic Development

Where are your favorite spots in the Hudson Valley to check out the beautiful fall foliage? Let us know on Facebook.

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