Fall foliage is progressing slowly in New York state, but not for long.
The state economic development office says the Adirondacks can expect a 35-percent color change by the weekend in the Tupper Lake-Mount Arab areas.
There will be 100-percent color change when the leaves hit their peak.
In the Catskills, Otsego County expects a 15-percent change in color.
In the Hudson Valley and Saratoga County region, about a 10-percent change in colors is expected this weekend.
Central New York can expect 15-percent changes.
Fall foliage gazing is a major tourism draw in New York and the state is reporting on color changes weekly.
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