Colorado Springs Pollen Report For May 7, 2019
Cottonwood/Poplar/Aspen family, Elm, Juniper/Cedar family, Ash, Willow, Oak, Maple, Pine
All Types/Not Differentiated
Composite, Sorrel/Dock, Sedge, Dandelion, Chenopod/Amaranth
Allergy Tip of the Day: Mold
Pollen Forecast: Due to the fog and drizzle this morning, pollen levels will be significantly lower than previously predicted. Trees will be low. Grass will likely be absent. Don’t rule out a stray weed pollen. Molds will also remain low due to the chillier temperatures. Expect this to hold true at least through late Thursday as the we continue to have increased rain/snow chances through the region.
Did You Know?: Unlike pollen, mold does not have a specific season. It is affected by weather conditions such as wind, rain or temperature. Outdoor mold spores begin to appear after a spring thaw and reach their peak in July in warmer states and October in the colder states.
Provided by: Asthma & Allergy Associates, P.C. and Research Center, Dr. Robert Nathan, Dr. Daniel Soteres, Dr. Luke Webb