Fall Brings Bright Colors and Crisp Air

Fall Brings Bright Colors and Crisp Air Photo: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

September 29, 2017 09:33 PM

The deciduous trees are finally giving up on summer. As they switch their leaves to warmer hues, temperatures across the state are moving in the opposite direction. 

In northern parts of Minnesota, some areas are already past the peak color period. But the transition is just beginning in the metro area. 


For a complete map of the state's fall color stages, check out this link. 

Clear skies are expected to bring a sunny Saturday morning to the Twin Cities. A few clouds may arrive late in the afternoon, along with a 10-15 mph breeze. High temperatures will be in the upper 60s. 

More clouds could carry spotty showers into the area early Sunday morning, marking the start of a gray day. Highs will be in the mid 60s. 

For the latest weather information, check out KSTP's weather page. 


Andrew Heiser

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