ORANGE COUNTY, N.Y. – The days are getting shorter and the calendar now reads October, which means the leaves on the trees throughout the Hudson Valley and Catskill regions are about to pop in a fiery blaze of yellows oranges and reds.
Reports from New York State officials show Orange County to be between 20-25 percent change over for the last week of September.
Portions of the Catskills further north and the Adirondacks are just starting to reach peak change, so keep an eye out. Fall is on its way.
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