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Fall colors expected to show before temperatures become cooler

Sarah Langin took this photo of leaves changing color in New Richmond, Wisconsin. Photo: courtesy of Sarah Langin
Sarah Langin took this photo of leaves changing color in New Richmond, Wisconsin.

Updated: October 19, 2019 08:20 AM

It's the last weekend before temperatures go down again. 

KSTP Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas said there will be warm temperatures Saturday and Sunday with rain and thunder Sunday evening.

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Fall colors are expected to be peaking in the Twin Cities and southern Minnesota this weekend, so be on the lookout. 

After the weekend, Monday and the rest of next week will be wet and much cooler with rain and snow at times. 

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