That time of year where the air is crisp n' cool in the mornings and pumpkin-flavored everything is out in all your local grocery stores and coffee shops is quickly sneaking up — which might leave you wondering when the colors will start to show up across The Peach State.

A Smoky Mountain tourism site has created an interactive fall foliage map that'll give you predictions for when the leaves are going to start changing across Georgia.

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This tool is meant to help travelers better time their trips to have the best opportunity of catching peak color each year.

Starting around September 21, North Georgia can start seeing the first inklings of leaves changing.

Between October 19 and 26, leaves are expected to reach their peak beauty, so make sure you plan your fall adventure to middle and North Georgia around then, whether that's a visiting a cute pumpkin patch with a PSL in hand or taking a hike through colorful trails.

Make sure to get those trips planned before November 9, because that's when the leaves are predicted to be past peak and start falling as winter sets up to roll in.