Allergies Ending?

Fall has finally arrived which means the eventual end to allergy season. If you are an allergy sufferer than you realized that this year’s season began much sooner than it normally does thanks to our abnormally hot March. Here in the Midwest pollen seasons vary plant to plant. Tree pollen tends to be highest February-June, grass pollen is highest May-August, ragweed is highest August-October, and mold can vary throughout the entire year. Even though the seasons do tend to vary, fall is almost always a welcome time for those that are allergy ridden. This is because whatever remaining pollen that is out there tends to die after the first frost of the year. A few of us experienced that two nights ago, and the rest of us could join those lucky few after Saturday night when our lows are expected to dip down to 32°. The end is in sight! -Greg


Posted under cold blast, First Look, health

This post was written by qni_it on September 20, 2012

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