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Pailin

Pollen forecast for Met Éireann

Forecast Date: 22-05-2018

Pollen Type: Grass

Region Today Tomorrow Next day
22-05-2018 23-05-2018 24-05-2018
Leinster L L L
Munster L L L
Connacht L L L
Ulster L L L

L = Low
M = Moderate
H = High
VH = Very high
N/A = Not available

General Comments:

The tree pollen season is now in decline with mainly low amounts of oak pollen. The main grass pollen season is a couple of weeks away, expected to start in early June in the south-east of Ireland so now is the time to start taking your medication so that you avoid that first hay fever attack. Low amounts of early-flowering grasses are airborne in good weather, triggering sneezes in some people.

Tree Comments:

There will continue to be low amounts of tree pollen, mainly oak pollen, for another week or so.

Grass Comments:

There are some early-flowering grass species currently peaking during dry, warm weather but the risk will remain generally low. A few people may get some mild symptoms.

Weed Comments:

The weed pollen risk will be low.

Spore Comments:

The spore risk will rise to moderate during warm dry weather. Cladosporium, some basidiospores and tilletiopsis are currently airborne.

© National Pollen and Aerobiology Research Unit

Forecast updated at around 11:15 AM daily

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Tosóidh réamhaisnéisí phailin Samhraidh 2018.

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