MINNEAPOLIS — Fall colors in northern Minnesota are changing earlier than they were a year ago.
Much of the northern half of the state has changed between 10-25%, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
At this time last year, the majority of the state had not even reached 10%.
Three state parks in Minnesota have already reached the 25-50% range.
Those are: Lake Bronson State Park, Old Mill State Park , and the Iron Range Off-Highway Vehicle State Recreation Area.
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