UPPER PENINSULA — Fall colors are now on full display throughout many different parts of the Upper Peninsula.
Sugarloaf Mountain is one of the many vantage points you can hike up to and see the many different shades of orange, red, and yellow that blend in with the other trees. According to ABC 10 Meteorologist Adam Claibon, high temperatures for this time of the year are usually in the mid 50’s.
On Sunday, temperatures at Sugarloaf Mountain soared into the 80’s.
To see when is the best time to see the fall colors in your area, we have a Michigan Peak Fall Foliage Map setup for you by clicking HERE.