The peak colors stretch from Cumberland to Elkton, with far Western Maryland already past peak and most leaves already on the ground, according to the report.
Trees have reached "high" levels of fall color in the southern half of the state, including in Anne Arundel County and on the Eastern Shore.
The report noted "moderate" levels of leaf drop across most of the state, with half or more of leaves still on their branches.
This year's weather suggests this fall is a good one for beautiful foliage. According to the network, "ideal foliage is produced by a warm and wet spring, typical summer conditions, and mild, sunny autumn days with cool evenings."