We live in one of the most gorgeous areas year-round, and it only gets better in fall. The varied terrain, water, and multitude of types of trees make for an explosion of color people travel from around the country to enjoy. With so many places to pick from, sometimes it can be hard to decide where to go
The weather is giving us a perfect setup for fall colors this year. Ample rainfall and the right temperature fluctuations from day to night are already pushing some of the trees around the region to their brilliant fall hues
Fall is a favorite season of many people for lots of different reasons. Some love the fact that they don't have to deal with summer's heat and humidity and instead wake up to cool crisp mornings. Some anticipate the colored foliage and others are busy picking their pro-football teams on their boards...
Fall in the Northland is a uniquely beautiful experience. Within a short driving distance, you can enjoy the vibrant beauty our area has to offer with a number of different backdrops; from Lake Superior to the rolling hills of Northern Wisconsin or the rugged country of the Iron Range.
According to the Minnesota DNR, conditions are shaping up for the potential of a brilliant fall colors season. The DNR's forest health specialists say we had enough rain to set up the early stages of what's necessary for vibrant fall colors, but temperatures are the big factor moving forward.
It's fall, and that means some of the farmers are going to be working on their fields and using their equipment. It's not the fastest equipment but it is needed to get the job done. Law enforcement is reminding everyone to keep an eye out for equipment on the road and keep an eye out for individuals who may be in the way, but doing their job.
It almost goes without saying: Halloween is the pumpkin farmers time in the spotlight. If any one thing is synonymous with the October holiday it would be a big, bright-orange jack-o'-lantern. As widely-celebrated as Halloween is, it seems like most families have at least one (or more) of these orbs somewhere in their house. While it's uncertain when the tradition of carving pumpkins for Hallow
Fall of 2015 will probably go down as one of the better ones we've seen in the Northland; unseasonably-warm temperatures, light to moderate rainfall, and a glorious display of fall colors have us all enjoying this respite before winter arrives. But - perhaps you've also noticed that we have an unusual number of Ladybugs, too.