Since we have that kind of thread each year where we compare the state of fall foliage in every corner of North America, I thought I might start it this time. We had some very cold temperature 2 weeks ago and it felt like autumn already. Some leafy trees already started to turn red! I was kind of stunned since it usually doesn't start until mid-September at least but I guess summers in Quebec City are not as long as in the Eastern Townships or New England.
A few days ago I went to Pohenegamook which is on the northwestern border of Maine and I saw bunches of colourful leafy trees through the green ones.
Anything special in your area yet?
[Editor's Note: Here are some of the relevant threads & links from last year's annual extravaganza:]
2006 Fall Foliage Report and Poll
Western Sierra Nevada Mountains
Leaf Peeping RoadTrips, an article by Alice Zyetz
Fall Color in Eastern Idaho