It is that time of year again when mother natures displays her colorful awesomeness throughout Minnesota. Duluth and the North Shore of Lake Superior always seem to paint a perfect backdrop for her fall colors display over the next month. As of today, we are starting to see some leaves changing and we are at about 0 to 10 percent peak in the area.
Below is an active map, updated by the Minnesota DNR, of “percent of peak” fall color conditions throughout the North Shore and the state. Typical peak color dates vary year to year, along with the vibrence of the colors. In Duluth and along the North Shore peak fall colors can vary depending on how close to the lake you are viewing, trees closer to the lake typically peak later then trees a few miles inland from the Lake Superior.
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