Colorado Springs Pollen Report For September 4, 2019

 In Allergy Tip of the Day, Pollen Reports

Pollen Data:

Trees

Absent

Grasses

High

Types:
All Types

Weeds

High

Types:
Sagebrush, Ragweed, Chenopod/Amaranth, Nettle, Other (Hemp or Hops)

Mold

Moderate

Allergy Tip of the Day: Concentration Levels

Pollen Forecast: Consistent temperatures, precipitation chances and wind speeds will keep pollen and mold levels consistent as also. Expect moderate to high grass levels, high weed levels, and moderate mold levels.

Did You Know?: Concentration Levels
Various concentration levels are associated with the amount of pollen recorded. In general, “absent” means no measurable pollen is recorded. “Low” means that only very sensitive individuals will experience symptoms. “Moderate” means that many more individuals will suffer symptoms. “High” means that most sensitive individuals will suffer some symptoms. “Very high” indicates that all sensitive individuals will suffer symptoms and most will have more severe symptoms.

Provided by: Asthma & Allergy Associates, P.C. and Research Center, Dr. Daniel Soteres, Dr. Luke Webb, Dr. James Fulton

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