The sunny days and cool nights have really helped the fall color pop.
This is probably going to be one of the best weekends to check out the fall leaves.
Most of West Virginia is at or near peak. Areas like Spruce Knob are past peak. Pendleton County is reporting about 75 percent color.
The West Virginia Department of Forestry recommends a drive along Route 33 to 220 over North Mountain.
Seneca Rocks should be at peak this weekend. Also, don't forget to check out the vibrant color in the Germany Valley. You can also try a drive up to the top of Reddish Knob.
Mount Storm in Grant County is reporting high color, while Hardy County is at about 85 percent color.
Check out Lost River State Park or a drive along Route 50. Most of the mountain tops in West Virginia are at peak.
In Virginia, Skyline Drive is showing high color, but there are a lot of leaves down. Because of the elevation changes in the park, when you take a drive you'll see pockets of vibrant color now, through at least next week.
The Virginia Department of Forestry is reporting great color at elevations of 2,000 feet and higher in Virginia.
A drive along the ridges, or along Route 42, Route 11, and Route 340 would be nice this week.
Wintergreen Resort is reporting the tops of the mountains near peak, and should be at full peak this week.
The Blue Ridge Parkway is also showing great color, and you can take a drive there anytime within the next week to see fantastic color.