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What's causing the fall-like colors across Houston?

It's not too often that we get a picturesque view of fall in our area.

HOUSTON — It's beginning to look a lot like...fall?

You may have noticed, there are some decent fall colors popping up in the trees and plants across Houston. 

It's not too often that we get a picturesque view of fall in our area.

Chief Meteorologist David Paul said the main factor for the fall-like glow is that we haven't had a big rain or wind storm that has knocked the leaves off the trees.

Quite often, we will get leaves to change colors, and boom, a storm system hits and knocks the leaves right off their limbs. 

But because we haven't had a big storm system, the Houston area gets a little taste of what Vermont experiences every fall season. 

But enjoy it while you can for the next few days because Paul said this color comes and goes very quickly. 

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