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Some leaves are changing, but most trees are still green

Photos by Tom Rivers: The leaves on the trees at Letchworth State Park are just starting to change colors or reaching midpoint in some areas. The leaves are farther along in northern New York.

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 6 October 2018 at 6:58 pm

Beautiful colors for fall foliage are starting to appear around most of the state, according to I LOVE NY. In Orleans County and Western New York, the leaves are just starting to change, according to I LOVE NY.

Near-peak foliage is expected this weekend in some areas of the Adirondacks, while near-peak colors will emerge in the Thousand Islands-Seaway region and parts of the Catskills, according to observers for I LOVE NY.

In Orleans County, spotters in Albion are expecting 25 percent color change with average shades of gold and red starting to pop, I LOVE NY said in its fall foliage report.

Letchworth State Park in Wyoming County, shown this afternoon, will be a hotspot as the colors change on the trees.

Courtesy of I LOVE NY: This is the NY fall foliage map for week of Oct. 3-9.

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