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Warm nights delay arrival of fall colors

 


By RALPH ANSAMI

ransami@yourdailyglobe.com

The arrival of fall colors is never easy to predict and this year has been no exception.

Just when it appeared it might be an early fall color season, it seems as if the colors are in a holding pattern, as the bright reds and yellows haven’t appeared across the Gogebic Range.

Rainfall and air temperatures are key factors during color season.

Colleen Matula, a silviculturist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in Ashland, told Wisconsin Public Radio, “As a state, we’ve been encountering more moisture this year, a lot of rain, and...



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