Met Éireann - met.ie - The Irish Meteorological Service Online
 
met.ie - The Irish Meteorological Service Online     
The Irish Meteorological Service Online  

Wednesday, 23 July 2014
  
FINE
18 Celsius
NE Light 
Search:   
Print this webpage
  Home - Forecasts - Pollen

 

Latest Pollen Information


POLLEN FORECAST FOR MET ÉIREANN Pollen Type: Grass

Forecast Date 23/07/2014

RegionTodayTomorrowFriday
23-07-201424-07-201425-07-2014
1. LeinsterMMM
2. MunsterMMM
3. ConnachtMMM
4. UlsterMMM

L = Low
M = Moderate
H = High
VH = Very high

General Comments:
A generally moderate pollen risk, lowest in showery places (parts of west coastal areas) and highest where it remains warm, dry and sunny. The warm, humid conditions are ideal for fungal spores and the risk will be high to very high.
Tree Comments:
The tree pollen risk will be mainly low but sweet chestnut trees are now emitting pollen which is allergenic and there is a moderate risk in the vicinity of these trees which can occasionally be found in parks and gardens.
Grass Comments:
The main grass pollen season is now in decline with a low to moderate risk.
Weed Comments:
The allergenic weeds of fat hen (Chenopodium), plantain (Plantago) and nettle (Urticaceae) are currently in flower with a moderate risk.
Spore Comments:
There will be a high risk from fungal spores during warm, humid nights from types such as sporobolomyces and tilletiopsis. Cladosporium will be airborne during warm, dry weather in moderate to high amounts. Alternaria will also be high, particularly during warm, humid conditions.

© National Pollen and Aerobiology Research Unit
Forecast updated at around 11:15 AM daily

This pollen forecast is copyright protected. Reproduction of this on other websites or electronic media by any means whatever is prohibited.

 
MET ÉIREANN, Glasnevin Hill, Dublin 9, Ireland Tel: +353-1-8064200 Fax: +353-1-8064247

© The material on this site is Met Éireann copyright. The name Met Éireann and the Met Éireann logo are registered trademarks. Copyright Notice.
Times indicated in forecasts and reports may be local or UTC.
twitter World Weather Services


Site Design and Development by FUSIO