It may still feel like summer in San Antonio, but check out the beautiful fall foliage elsewhere

Fall foliage is nearing its peak in parts of Utah

We may have celebrated the arrival of fall in San Antonio with more 100-degree temperatures, but there are places enjoying more seasonable conditions.

Check out the video at the top of this article if you want to enjoy some fall landscapes, just try not to get too jealous.

The video shows drone footage captured over Morgan County, Utah, just northeast of Salt Lake City.

The video was posted by Scott T. Taylor, a resident of Magna, who shot the video along State Highway 65 near Big Mountain Summit.

According to the Utah Office of Tourism, fall foliage typically peaks in that part of the state from now until early October.

In Texas, however, near-peak and peak foliage won’t arrive until mid-to-late November, according to a prediction map from

One state park known for its vibrant fall foliage is the Lost Maples State Natural Area. Last year, park officials said trees started to show “pops of color” in early November, and they had “more vibrant colors” at the end of that month.

Travelers who want to visit Lost Maples may want to plan ahead, as some of the most popular destinations typically sell out quickly for overnight camping or day use. To reserve a spot at a Texas State Park, click here.

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Julie Moreno has worked in local television news for more than 25 years. She came to KSAT as a news producer in 2000. After producing thousands of newscasts, she transitioned to the digital team in 2015. She writes on a wide variety of topics from breaking news to trending stories and manages KSAT’s daily digital content strategy.