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After weeks of turning to the mountains for the fall color the leaves in the Triad are beginning to show off their color as well.
As the middle of October arrives so does the peak of the fall color across most of western North Carolina.
The fall color is coming alive across the mountains and now in the Piedmont.
WFMY reporter Morgan Hightower captured these pictures while she was at Grandfather Mountain, NC.
The Appalachian Mountains are beginning to show a little more fall color.
Slight color change remains spotty in the higher elevations of the Appalachians.
Cooler temperatures and less daylight has initiated the steady change in leaf color across the region.