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With the start of Fall a few days away, it’s just about time to start seeing the seasonal color change. And two websites will make it easy this year to track the fall foliage in your state.
The U.S. Forest Service’s “Fall Colors 2013” is a color-coded map that tracks the progression until the last leaves turn brown. Roadtripper provides a color status and recommended routes to take for a maximum foliage experience.
Read more and find out how to track your colors at Mashable.com.