Monday, August 10, 2009

High Pollen Levels for the Next Two Weeks

The next couple of weeks may not be that fun for hay fever suffers, according to K-Lakes meteorologist Tony Schumacher. He says says the warm sunny days ahead will allow pollen to remain suspended in the air, where rain tends to wash the pollen from the air.

Schumaker says those with allergies are being affected by pollen from grass, nettles and chenopods. There are some 30 varieties of chenopods including pigweed, lamb's-quarters and stinking goosefoot.

Pollen levels are in the moderate to high level today. They are expected to be in the high level by Thursday.

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