Slow Start to Fall Color Season

Leaves Still Green Across Much of Minnesota

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The fall color season has been delayed across much of the Northland.

With the exception of Sawyer County, the Minnesota and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources are reporting only 10-25 percent color change across much of northern Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Ty Gangelhoff is an assistant manager of Jay Cooke State Park. 

Gangelhoff said the leaves have started changing, but should peak in the next week or two. 

Gangelhoff said cooler temperatures over the next week should expedite the changes, but it’s part of a process that only nature can control. 

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