Some fall colors have peaked in WVa, but there’s more ahead

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Locals and visitors alike have enjoyed the views of Virginia's mountains in the fall for the changes of colors on the trees.

Locals and visitors alike have enjoyed the views of Virginia’s mountains in the fall for the changes of colors on the trees.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A West Virginia tourism official says fall foliage has already arrived in some areas of the state, but the show will continue throughout October.

West Virginia Tourism Commissioner Chelsea Ruby says some higher elevations have peaked, but there are several weeks of changing colors ahead in southern West Virginia and the panhandles.

Areas in north-central and eastern West Virginia will offer the best color this weekend. Those areas have reached 75-to-100-percent color change, with some of the highest elevations just past peak.

If you have some images of this year’s fall color that you would like to share with WFXR News, email the Pinpoint Weather Team at weather@wfxrtv.com and you might just see your picture featured on-the-air!

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