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image While Florida is usually sunny and cool this time of year, those who have relocated south might be missing the colors of fall. Photos Mitch Traphagen

While Florida is usually sunny and cool this time of year, those who have relocated south might be missing the colors of fall.

Beginning this time every year, the weather in Florida becomes the envy of much of the nation. Blue skies, sunny days and cool nights are the very definition of paradise, especially when you stop to consider that some midwestern states have already seen measurable snowfall this year.

There is, however, only one thing missing from paradise and that is autumn colors. In the northeast, summer is holding fast a little later than normal this year but the changing colors are underway. For those who miss autumn but would certainly not miss out on living in paradise for the winter, here is a little taste from New York’s Central Park last weekend.

A taste of Autumn in Central Park, NYC

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