Your Local Pollen Count
For Nashville, TN 37201
Nashville, TN 37201
Predominant Pollen: Grass, Maple and Sweetgum
The quantity of pollen grains in the air for Friday will be falling into the extremely low range. This relief in pollen levels is caused in part by falling temperatures, rising humidity, and heavy rains in the morning, afternoon and evening which tend to wash pollen out of the air.
The quantity of pollen grains in the air for Thursday will be falling in the moderate range. This lowering of pollen concentrations is a result of falling temperatures, rising humidity, and expected precipitation in the evening which tends to wash pollen out of the air.
Cattail, a relative of grasses, typically grows in wet, marshy areas. These plants can shed tremendous amounts of pollen during the summer but are not a significant cause of hayfever.