Charleston, W.Va. (AP) -- Red, yellow and golden foliage is abundant across West Virginia but state foresters say the fall colors might not last long.
The Division of Forestry says the leaves will drop quickly if the state receives rain that's expected over the next few days.
Some areas could even see snow flurries.
Foliage across the state ranges from 85 percent peak to 70 percent.
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