Here’s What Kansas’ Weird Summer Weather Means For Fall Foliage

We all love our fall colors, no matter what shade of yellow, orange, or red they are. Last year, Smoky Mountains, our foliage predicting friend, showed fall colors sweeping across the continent with relative accuracy. However, we’ve had a bit of a wet and wild summer, at least during flood season. This year, expect your favorite fall colors to be a little late. Fall foliage timing this year is thanks to our wet summer, but how late is it really?

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For a great road trip that’ll take you through some of eastern Kansas’ best foliage, check this road trip out.