Fall is a great time here in Western New York. Sure it gets a little cooler but it also feels more comfortable. Not that I will ever complain about an 80-degree day (even with humidity). No this is shorts and a sweatshirt season. Oh and anything with pumpkin spice which is really just cinnamon right?

There are so many great places to take in all the different colors of this time of year as well. And even though it seems like the season was off to a slow start. Mother Nature is speeding things up which means time is of the essence if you want to snap that perfect picture of all the orange, red, yellow, and auburn in the great outdoors.

The season is nearing its peak season and in some places, it is already over. Check out the Foliage Report from WGRZ and ILOVENY.com

 

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First, I had no idea that there was an actual Fall Foliage Report but it is nice to know that there are people out there watching and monitoring the changing of the seasons. So if you were thinking about going out to do some 'leafing' you may want to clear your calendar this weekend.

On the bright side, there is no Buffalo Bills game so you really do not have an excuse not to get out and enjoy the color palate that only artist Bob Ross can duplicate.

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