Reds, Yellows, and Oranges are popping up early on trees throughout our communities.
The leaves are changing colors earlier than usual thanks to the warm March and the summer drought.
It's especially noticeable in northern Wisconsin, but the colors are making their way down throughout the state.
Local experts say the colors will depend on the weather conditions we see this fall. "So the cool, sunny days tends to give us some of our reds and oranges and brighter colors we might see, if we get warm, humid weather a lot of times we'll see more like our yellows and our dull colors in the fall," said Steve Huntzicker from the UW Extension in La Crosse.
A good resource to track the changing colors is www.travelwisconsin.com.