FALL COLORS: Upside To The Drought

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Fall started last week. And the leaves are trying to catch up.  In between the green you can find a few trees that are already showing oranges and yellows.  The Iowa Department of Natural Resources says the drought and heat caused some trees to lose their leaves early.  But now with cooler temperatures, the D-N-R says the Fall colors could last through October.

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