SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) - The weather we've been enjoying appears to be ideal for perfect fall foliage later this fall.
22News heard those glowing prospects at the Massachusetts building tourism booth at the Big E .
Peter Tomyl is president of the Mohawk Trail association in Franklin and Berkshire counties.
Tomyl recalled Tropical Storm Irene's negative impact on the 2011 foliage season.
He told 22News, all indications point to excellent foliage from Greenfield to Williamstown. "We're getting the crisp nights and warm days. We should be having a great foliage season. As it looks now, It's probably not going to peak until the Wednesday after Columbus day. "
Peter Tomyl also said that restaurants along with other business along the Mohawk Trail are dependent on good fall foliage season attracting many visitors from across the county and across the world.