Fall foliage –

Trees in the Valley are beginning to turn into the colors of fall as the summer days draw to a close with longer, cooler nights. According to the “Old Farmer’s Almanac,” For most regions in the United States, the Almanac is predicting a very mild winter with temperatures and average precipitation from Utahs northern border to the west and southern coast. However, Wyoming, including Uinta County which sits in the northeast corner on Utah’s border is in the area predicted to be cold, with moderate snowfall, but not as harsh as usual. PIONEER PHOTO/Virginia Giorgis


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