MINNEAPOLIS — It's almost fall, y'all.

If seeing the trees in your neighborhood start to change colors already has you excited, you're going to love this.

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Fall Color Finder is live, so you can plan all your favorite seasonal activities around the best fall foliage in the state.

Organized by region, the Fall Color Finder is updated every Thursday at noon and shows you how far along the foliage in each state park is to reaching peak color.

As of Thursday, a handful of parks, including Fort Snelling State Park and Father Hennepin State Park, are 10-25% of the way to peak.

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Most are still less than 10% of the way there, so you have plenty of time to enjoy fall's colors. After all, it is only mid-September.

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You'll also find on the color map homepage a calendar of events for the season, and maps to compare fall foliage from the past few years.

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