NEW YORK (AP) — State tourism officials say leaves are starting to change color over large stretches of New York.
Foliage is approaching the midpoint of color change in several areas of the Adirondacks, which is ahead of the rest of the state. Color is just starting to show on trees in other parts of northern New York as well as areas east of the Hudson River and in the westernmost corner of the state.
Trees in some other parts of New York have yet to change.
State economic development officials update their fall color report weekly based on field reports.
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