Pollen and mold spores travel the air throughout the year. And both can trigger seasonal allergies. Use our pollen and mold count to check the latest readings.
June 09, 2014
Submitted by: Farah Khan, DO
Learn More About Your Allergies
- Mold: These tiny spores can travel the air most of the year except wintertime.
- Grass: Grass pollen may lead to spring or summer sneezes with high counts that last the longest.
- Tree: Even from miles away, trees release large amounts of pollen in the spring or early summer.
- Weed: With the most potent pollen, weeds can trigger allergies in the fall.