By Alyssa Adams

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Attention all leaf peepers! Southeastern Pennsylvania is nearing its peak for fall foliage.

The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Nature Resources says the cooler temperatures across the region prompted a “noticeable change” across Southeastern Pennsylvania.

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Leaf colors are beginning to burst with vibrant colors from the Appalachian Mountains across towards Philadelphia.

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In north and western Pennsylvania the colors are starting to fade.

The Smoky Mountains predicted that mid-October would be when the leaves peaked in the Philadelphia region.

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