Due to warmer temperatures, the leaves are changing colors a little behind schedule this year, which means you still have time to travel to the region for peak “leaf peeping” season.

This footage was filmed in the towns of Sharon and Lakeville, Connecticut. Following is a transcript of the video:

Fall foliage is peaking. The Northeastern US is the best place to see it. This was filmed in northwest Connecticut.

The leaves change color as the days get shorter. Warm temperatures have delayed the seasonal change. Southern states usually peak in November. When it comes to fall foliage, it’s hard to compete with New England.

Some trees have yet to change color, so you’d better plan a trip soon.