Pollen forecast for Met Éireann
Forecast Date: 19-07-2018
Pollen Type: Grass
L = Low
M = Moderate
H = High
VH = Very high
N/A = Not available
With the grass pollen season now well into its decline the pollen risk will be low across all regions. Weed pollen (nettle, dock, fat hen) will be low too. Spores are at moderate levels at the moment but will increase to high during very humid nights and after any rain and will mainly affect the western fringes.
Tree pollen will be mainly low with just a little lime and sweet chestnut.
The grass pollen season is close to over with just the odd sneeze or sniffle likely from now on.
Weed pollen will be at low levels with a little nettle, mugwort (Artemisia) fat hen (Chenopodium types) in the air.
Very dry conditions of late have reduced the production of fungal spores and the levels are low for the time of year. Cladosporium and Alternaria will be at moderate to high levels, while other types associated with damp conditions may get going after some rain in the western fringes of the country.
© National Pollen and Aerobiology Research Unit
Forecast updated at around 11:15 AM daily
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Tosóidh réamhaisnéisí phailin Samhraidh 2018.