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Fall colours: what's left?

Lisa Varano, staff writer

October 26, 2010 — The brilliant autumn colours are quickly falling away. Make sure you check out the beautiful foliage before it's too late!

Gold and yellow leaves hanging on
Gold and yellow leaves hanging on

The fall colours have past their peak in many parts of the country, but pockets of vibrant reds and yellows can still be found.

It's your last chance to check out the autumn foliage before strong winds and rain-snow mix blow the leaves to the ground and leave the trees bare.

Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia are all helping people to find the remaining places to take in the fall leaves.

Where is your favourite spot to see the fall colours? Tell us on The Weather Network's Facebook page. You can also help us tell this story by sharing your photos. Upload them easily to our Your Weather Gallery.

Catch the foilage before it's gone!
Catch the foilage before it's gone!

If you're in the central part of the country, you may want to get fallen leaves cleared off your property. A massive low pressure system is set to spin over Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario today, and it has the potential to bring some very powerful winds to the provinces. Not only will that send leaves blowing, but it could also tear remaining leaves off of branches.

Find out what kind of weather the season is bringing to your region by checking our Fall Outlook 2010.

If you're hoping to head out to see the leaves this weekend, find weather forecasts for your area by clicking our Canadian Cities Index. You can also tune in to The Weather Network on TV, where your National Forecast comes up at the top and bottom of every hour.

With files from Andrea Stockton, Lyndsay Morrison and Jill Colton

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