PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — It may be fall, but the region’s trees aren’t ready yet.

The State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources released its first fall foliage report on Thursday.

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It shows Western Pennsylvania isn’t showing much color right now.

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A few trees have begun to change, but peak color is still three weeks to a month away.

In the Northeast near the Poconos, trees are approaching their best color.

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