ORANGES, reds and yellows have splashed the city as autumn well and truly makes an appearance.
With temperatures dropping to prelude the winter ahead, people are beginning to feel the crunch of leaves beneath their boots as they emerge from isolation and hit Wagga's streets.
The total of about 200mm of rainfall over the season has also left paddocks and lawns bursting with new shoots of green to contrast against the warmer tones of trees and gardens.
With just 10 days left of the season, Wagga can expect temperatures to drop even further to as low as 3 degrees overnight and a maximum of 13 degrees in the coming days ahead.
Have you snapped a great shot of autumn in the Riverina? We'd love to see it!