With snow in the mountains and widespread rain and windy conditions expected, the chances are running out to see colorful fall foliage this season.
According to the state Division of Forestry, only a few bright spots remain. Those spots include I-79 from Charleston to Flatwoods and U.S. 60 in Kanawha County. If leaves in Putnam and Mason counties remain on the trees after this week's predicted storm, foliage will peak in those areas this weekend.
Leaves along W.Va. 10 and the Guyandotte River in Logan are currently at peak.
The northern part of the state features a few locations to see pretty views, including county roads in Wetzel, Marion and Marshall counties.Reader Teresa Perdue captured this photo of fall colors on Boley Lake at Babcock State Park on Oct. 20. More reader photos are available at dailymail.com.