It might feel like fall out there, but if you look at the trees you know we have a little ways to go.
The Blue Ridge Parkway is a popular spot to take in the fall foliage, but unless you're going into the higher elevations you've probably haven't seen anything but green!
Usually especially hot weather, like this summer's, helps push the leaves to change.
"This has been a year with a really early spring we saw wild flowers blooming 6-weeks early in places and some of that has sorta kept pace through the year. So, we're kinda waiting to see if we have earlier color than we've had in the past," says Park Ranger Peter Givens.
The park ranger says so far, things seem to be on track.
He says October 10th through 20th is usually the best time to see the leaves at their peak.