L = Low
M = Moderate
H = High
VH = Very high
N/A = Not available
The grass pollen risk will be high on warm, dry, sunny days. However, cooler easterly breezes will reduce the risk along the East and North-East coasts, including eastern areas of Dublin and Belfast.
Tree pollen at low risk for now.
As more and more grasses come into flower, the risk will continue to increase, with the peak period arriving in the middle two weeks of June.
Weed pollen will continue to increase, currently with plantain, dock and nettle in flower.
Fungal spores: Cladosporium is on the rise with a high risk during the warmest, driest weather. Leptosphaeria will rise to high temporarily after rainfall. Pleospora season now in decline.
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Forecast updated at around 11:15 AM daily
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Tosóidh réamhaisnéisí phailin Samhraidh 2019.