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Fall foliage beginning to peak in Oklahoma

Fall foliage is peaking across Oklahoma and this weekend might be the most ideal time to check out some of the cool colors in person.

Travel Oklahoma has a handy guide to fall foliage in this state. Right now Travel Oklahoma reports:

October 28: The fall foliage season along the Talimena National Scenic Byway has begun with mostly yellows and browns scattered throughout the green trees. Trees at Lake Wister State Park are showing some brilliant color, while trees at Ouachita National Park are still in the beginning stages. Typically, foliage can be viewed at its peak from the last week of October through the first week of November.

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