Fall colors turning in Michigan, little color in northern Minnesota, Wisconsin

DULUTH, MN — Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is already seeing a large amount of color this fall.

According to the UP’s fall color report for 2019, parts of Gogebic and Ontonagon County, as well as other parts of the Keewenaw peninsula, are seeing anywhere from 5 to 10 percent of fall colors.

Meanwhile, the Minnesota DNR reports about 10 to 25 percent of color can be found in the Twin Cities metro area, with the rest of the state being anywhere between zero and 10 percent.

In Wisconsin, the entire state is anywhere between zero to 10 percent, with peak fall colors expected between the second and fourth weeks of October.

You can find fall color reports for the following states by clicking here:

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