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15 Aug, 2017
Pollen, Mold, & Ragweed Count for the Flagtown
Pollen is not typically seen from this time of year to early March. Outdoor mold spores will continue to be present, and levels will fluctuate depending upon humidity, temperature, and snowfall. A mild winter may result in continued high outdoor mold spore levels. With snow cover, outdoor mold spores will decrease to insignificant levels. Check back in March 2018 at the beginning of the spring hayfever season! Tree pollen is not found. Mold Spores are not found. Ragweed pollen is not found. Grass pollen is not found. Other weeds are not found.
Predominant Allergen(s): Pollen, Ragweed & Mold Spore Counts will Return in the Spring of 2018
Pollen Report by ZIP
The Asthma Center is the region’s pollen count source
Certified by the National Allergy Bureau (NAB), The Asthma Center is the region’s only official source for today’s pollen, mold, and ragweed counts. We operate two official monitoring stations in the Delaware Valley, one in Center City, Philadelphia and the other in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey.
During the pollen season, The Asthma Center team collects, analyzes, and publishes the region’s official daily pollen count. We often share our research with local and national media (check out Dr. Don Dvorin on CBS below!), and use our expertise about local pollen conditions to understand the air you breathe so we can treat you better!
During the spring, summer, and fall, we post daily pollen counts to our website, the NAB website, and to our pollen count subscribers.
What We Track:
- Tree Pollen
- Grass Pollen
- Weed Pollen, including Ragweed
- Mold Spores
allergen(s):Pollen, Ragweed & Mold Spore Counts will Return in the Spring of 2018