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                   Wednesday, October 3, 2007 - 4:03PM

First colors

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I took the long way back from the office today, on some secondary roads through the Coal River area to Route 119, in southern Kanawha and northeastern Lincoln Counties. Once you get up slightly in elevation and out of the river valleys around Charleston, some of the first fall colors are beginning to appear. A few isolated trees are pretty far along already.

Coal River Road, Tornado

Coal River Road

Rabel Mountain Road

Rabel Mountain Road. That's the NWS NEXRAD doppler radar dome in the background.

Little Coal River Road

Rabel Mountain

Priestley Ridge Road

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