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While fall color is past peak in the northern half of Wisconsin and many of the state's western counties, there's still time to enjoy the splendor of autumn leaves in eastern counties from Outagamie south to the Illinois border, according to the latest version of TravelWisconsin.com's Wisconsin Fall Color Report, posted Oct. 25.

Milwaukee, Ozaukee County and Washington County are at 100 percent. At 70 percent, Eagle and Lake Geneva are the greenest spots here, according to the report. 

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The annual Fall Foliage Map from SmokyMountains.com, a cabin and restaurant rental booking website, offers this year's first guess about when leaves here will change colors.

Based on historical data and current forecasts, here is the map's suggested timetable for when Wisconsin folks will see significant color changes:

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[First published Aug. 28, 2018, this story was updated on Oct. 25, 2018.]

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