WAUSAU (WKOW) -- Fall color season up north could be in jeopardy because of the drought.
Experts say a lack of moisture in the air is causing leaves to dry out and drop early. That means the fall colors people drive to Wisconsin's Northwoods to see every fall, won't be as vibrant this year.
Forecasters say the farther north you go, the better your chance to see the fall colors.
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