Your Local Pollen Count
For Atlanta, GA 30301
Atlanta, GA 30301
Predominant Pollen: Alder, Cedar/Juniper and Elm
Pollen concentrations for Thursday will be falling in the low range. This decrease is due to rising humidity, weakening winds and expected precipitation in the morning, afternoon and evening which tends to wash pollen out of the air. The lower pollen levels are significant and should help allergy sufferers to cope tomorrow.
The amount of pollen in the air for Wednesday will be increasing over today's levels in the high range. This increase is due to higher temperatures and the lower dewpoint. These overall conditions could make it a bit more difficult for those who are allergic to airborne pollens.
Given the widespread occurrence of cedar/juniper pollen, often at high levels for weeks, this well-known source of allergens may prove even more significant in causing allergies than suggested by earlier incomplete studies. This is true in the late fall, winter and early spring months, when these trees commonly shed pollen.