Forecast Issued: 22-07-2019
Pollen Type: Grass
L = Low
M = Moderate
H = High
VH = Very high
N/A = Not available
Very warm weather will allow a high grass pollen risk in sunny areas but soon we will see the levels dropping off to moderate as the season begins to draw to a close. Spores will be high, weed pollen moderate.
The tree pollen risk is currently low. Lime tree pollen is now airborne and some sweet chestnut but the risk will be very localized and only a minority of sufferers will be affected by these types.
The grass pollen will rise to high during warm, sunny weather but the risk is on the decrease as we are now past the main peak period.
Nettle, dock, mugwort and plantain will be airborne with a moderate risk on warm, sunny days.
Cladosporium and Alternaria will be high on warm, dry and sunny days, while during warm, humid nights, sporobolomyces, tilletiopsis and didymella will be high.
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Forecast updated at around 11:15 AM daily
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Tosóidh réamhaisnéisí phailin Samhraidh 2019.