Every year, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park posts their interactive fall foliage map, so that you can plan a road trip to catch the most breathtaking views of trees turning into their blazing natural colors after they lose their chlorophyll.
However, you might not want to take to the road this year. But like college classes, awards shows, and annual festivals, you can do it online! Many parks and local governments are setting up webcams that will allow you to check the fall colors as they change in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Georgia, Vermont, New Hampshire, Colorado, and other places. Find a list of these webcams at Mental Floss.