POLLEN COUNT FOR YEAR 2017
Springtime is one of pollen seasons for allergy sufferers.
Weather has significant effects on pollen release. The most pollen will be released on warm, dry, sunny, and windy days. Allergy symptoms may be more bothersome on these days.
Cold temperature and high humidity delay pollen release, and rainfall cleans the pollen out of the air.
Pollen count at this time of this year is in the rating Moderate to High when there is no rain, wind and temp above 50F.
Grass pollen is present now from moderate to high level. More grass pollen is released and airborne when the air is warmer and drier.
Pollen count will be posted daily, except Sat-Sun, between 2:30pm – 3:30pm at the Northgate office location.
|Trees:||16||Low||Cedar /Juniper, Pine|
|Low: 1 – 50 Moderate: 51 – 199 High: 200-599 Very High: over 600|
|Low: 1 – 4 Moderate: 5 – 9 High: 10 – 18 Very High: over 18|
|Low 1-2.9 Moderate 3 – 9 High 10-20 Very High = over 20|
What these ratings mean:
Absent: No symptoms.
Low: Only individuals extremely sensitive to these pollens will experience symptoms.
Moderate: Many individuals sensitive to these pollens will experience symptoms
High: Most individuals with any sensitivity to these pollens will experience symptoms.
Very High: Almost all individuals with any sensitivity at all to these pollens will experience symptoms. Extremely sensitive people could have severe problems.