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.
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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.