With September now winding down and October gearing up, it's time to say goodbye to our leaves, but thankfully not before some spectacular colors of yellow, orange, and red. These fall colors usually peak in the first couple weeks of October before all is bare by the start of November and the unofficial start to snow season. For your last weekend of September, the colors are changing nicely with many pockets of 50 to 70 percent color change along and north of the I-94 corridor in Minnesota. Most of the metro still remains at about 25 percent, but those usually ramp up pretty quickly over the next week. Wisconsin is showing signs of mid change as well with up to 70 percent color in the northern half of the state. While much of southern Wisconsin is still considered to have more isolated color. Saturday may not be the best day for viewing with rain and breezy conditions in the forecast, but Sunday looks wonderful for your outdoor adventure.