Spring Is Here and It’s Nothing to Sneeze at

THE DELTA (Ben Caxton) — Spring is here along with increased pollen counts. The best way to keep up with your allergies is to monitor weather forecasts for rain, wind, warmth or cold that can affect pollen. Rainy and calm days tend to reduce pollen counts in the air and more pollen circulates on days with the warm, dry and windy weather. Pollen also tends to be higher in the morning than in the afternoon and will be lower after a heavy rain shower. Dramatic drops in temperatures can also slow or halt pollen production while days with higher temperatures and warmer air bring increased pollen counts.


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