This weekend’s cool temperatures mean fall colors can’t be far behind

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A man and dog walk at Palmer Square in Chicago's Logan Square neighborhood on Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014. (Jose M. Osorio / Chicago Tribune)

Get ready for the changing of the leaves!  WGN’s Andrea Darlas talked with arborist Shawn  Kingzette from Davey Tree about when the fall foliage will peak this year.  The fall hues will be in full force within a few weeks, and Kingzette says the colors tend to last longer as you move up north to Wisconsin and Michigan.

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