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I ♥ NY has updated their foliage report (they do this once a week), and it looks like we're still in the green for now. They note, "On Long Island, foliage spotters in the Hamptons expect 25 percent color change. Look for dull yellow and dark gold leaves. Nassau County and western Suffolk County expect minimal change, with a few maple trees starting to change color. New York City has not begun to change color yet." And in part of the Catskills, you can expect 65-70 percent color change.

Since nothing is more beautiful than the slow and colorful death of a leaf, we'll have a full foliage watching guide for you next week—but until then, tell us where your favorite leaf peeping spots in or near the city are.