Grass showed up in low levels again today.. The grass pollen is full of starch, which makes it heavy. It generally needs a warmer, breezier, lower humidity day in order for it to get airborne enough to get into our sample.
|Trees:||28||Low||Birch, Cedar/Juniper, Oak, Sycamore|
|Low: 1 – 50 Moderate: 51 – 199 High: 200-599 Very High: over 600|
|Low: 1 – 5 Moderate: 6-14 High: 15-30 Very High: over 30|
|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.