Record tree pollen count May 17th
The tree pollen season is always more brutal when spring comes late. The reason is that normally, some tree species tend to pollinate early in spring, some in the middle, and others more toward the end of spring. But trees won’t pollinate until it’s warm enough; if it isn’t warm enough for the early pollinators to pollinate, they wait. Then, if it’s STILL not warm enough for the middle pollinators to pollinate, they wait too. Then, when it FINALLY warms up in late spring, all of the tree species pollinate at the same time. That’s why the tree pollen season is so severe when spring comes late, but the silver...
Posted on May 18, 2018 Read more...

Pollen allergies are more than just sneezing
The tree pollen season is upon us! The cold weather in April forced the early pollinating tree species to wait, so they’re all pollinating at the same time now and we’re reaching record tree pollen levels! We urge everyone to take advantage of the assistance we can provide - our warm weather season here in Wisconsin is too short to spend much of it indoors because your outdoor allergies make you miserable! It’s also important to keep in mind that allergies can be much worse than simply making you miserable. Uncontrolled inflammation in the nose, sinuses and lungs leads to complications such as frequent sinus or ear infections, and developing...
Posted on May 17, 2018 Read more...

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Milwaukee Pollen Counts
Friday, May 18, 2018
Trees Grasses Weeds Molds
1408
(Very High)
3
(Mild)
11
(Moderate)
0
(Absent)
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