How's the weather where you are now? What places are nice to visit in the Fall?

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  1. MamaTschet profile image75
    MamaTschetposted 6 years ago

    How's the weather where you are now?  What places are nice to visit in the Fall?

  2. thoughtfulgirl2 profile image93
    thoughtfulgirl2posted 6 years ago

    The weather where I am right now is just about perfect.  I'm in Pennsylvania and the summer was brutal.  The leaves are just beginning to turn right now and my Kousa Dogwood has the plump red berries on it that the squirrels and birds love.  I can't wait until the leaves really begin to turn.  I love the gorgeous russets of the dogwoods and deep burgundies, yellows and oranges of the maples.  There is nothing about fall I don't like.

    1. MamaTschet profile image75
      MamaTschetposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      That sounds wonderful!  Your description is beautiful.  I have never been to Pennsylvania, may have to put that one on my list!

  3. lburmaster profile image81
    lburmasterposted 6 years ago

    In Houston, Texas it is finally in the 80's. It's nice, peaceful, and relaxing right now. I'm so happy!

    1. MamaTschet profile image75
      MamaTschetposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Might be a stupid question but do the leaves change there at the same time that they do in cooler places?

    2. lburmaster profile image81
      lburmasterposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Not at all. We won't get the leaves to change until around October and November when it gets down to 50 degrees.

  4. YogaKat profile image84
    YogaKatposted 6 years ago

    I am in Hawaii, where the weather is perfect as always . . . sunny skies . . . around 86 F or 30 C  at 2:03 pm.  Truly paradise here, but we only have summer and winter.  I am SO looking forward to my October trip to Washington DC.  I will be taking the train up to Upstate New York . . . the colorful fall leaves are gonna be awesome:)

    1. MamaTschet profile image75
      MamaTschetposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I am sure Washington and New York will be beautiful.  So the Palm Trees never change color? :-)  Tough trade off- gorgeous paradise weather or changing colors?  Hmmmm may  have to take Paradise!

  5. ercramer36 profile image95
    ercramer36posted 6 years ago

    I live in northern Illinois and it is finally starting to cool down.  Supposed to be in the 60s the next few days.  One of the best places to visit in the fall is the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, especially the Keweenaw Peninsula along Lake Superior.  It is atleast as good as New England and possibly better.

    1. MamaTschet profile image75
      MamaTschetposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I bet it is beautiful along the Lake. Did you have a decent amount of moisture over the summer?

  6. samnashy profile image79
    samnashyposted 6 years ago

    I;m on the east coast of Australia (South east Queensland), we are just into spring and it's already around mid 70's - much hotter inland.  It never gets really cold, just wetter in the summer months.  I miss Autumn (fall) in the UK and the beautiful, colourful leaves and cold crisp air ahhhhhhhh.

    1. MamaTschet profile image75
      MamaTschetposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      So the seasons are completely reversed there?  We cool down and you heat up?  Two places again, that I have never been to, the UK (except to fly through) and Australia.  I am sure adding a lot of travel places to my list!

  7. Miss Tillman profile image38
    Miss Tillmanposted 6 years ago

    New Orleans is a great place to visit anytime from now till right before Halloween, then after halloween up until right before thanksgiving. The reason you shouldn't visit my city during Halloween and Thanksgiving is because the crime rate jumps up. Halloween is well, the obvious, with people wearing masks. Thanksgiving we have our annual bayou classic which is the biggest rival of college football Grambling University and Southern University.  Every year these two timeframes bring in large amounts of people and someone always gets shot out in the open during these times. But not to scare you or anything it is beautiful weather here right now to tour and see what the city has to offer.

    1. MamaTschet profile image75
      MamaTschetposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Miss T not to scare me?  You're too funny. My sister in law has roots there and promised to take me sometime. Be sure to stay off the streets during those times!  Thanks for the answer!

  8. flim profile image70
    flimposted 6 years ago

    I am in Hong Kong and the weather these few day is rather cloudy and hazy. It is starting to get cooler as we move from 32degree celcius summer into autumn. It is gradually dropping to 26 or 28 deg celcius these few days.

    I am looking forward to autumn and winter in Hong Kong. It is considered rather mild winter with the coldest days average about 10 deg, occasionally dipping to 6 deg celcius during january.

    When autumn starts, hiking becomes the popular weekend activities for Hong Kongers. We often hike around 4 to 5 hours, ascending few hundred meters to some mountains and carry on laterally from one mountain peak to the next. Oh, did i mention the sweetener of hiking is finding geocaches! We are geocachers and love this weekend activity!

    Alrighty, thanks for your question and I am *smiling* looking forward to autumn and winter here in HK!

    1. MamaTschet profile image75
      MamaTschetposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I love learning about all these places that I have never been too!  Thank you Film for sharing Hong Kong with us!  Have fun with the geocaches, whatever that may be.

  9. moonfairy profile image78
    moonfairyposted 6 years ago

    I live in New Hampshire and the days are still warmish but the nights are becoming very cool (40's). The leaves are just beginning to change color and fall here is spectacular. A trip to the white Mountains in the fall would amaze you....the colors, the mountains, the streams......just beautiful!!!

    1. MamaTschet profile image75
      MamaTschetposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      That sounds like Colorado. But wondering if the mountains there are anything like the ROCKY MOUNTAINS?

  10. lilian_sg profile image72
    lilian_sgposted 6 years ago

    Only two types of weather in Singapore as we do not have the four seasons. Hot or rainy smile

    1. MamaTschet profile image75
      MamaTschetposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      bummer!!

 
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