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Daily pollen & mold spore counts

Philadelphia-South Jersey area pollen & mold spores

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

  • Trees:  N/A
  • Grasses:  N/A
  • Molds:  N/A
  • Ragweed:   N/A
  • Other weeds:  N/A


Predominant allergen(s) today:  Outdoor Mold Spores 

The Asthma Center is the only accredited pollen and mold spore monitoring station for The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology serving metropolitan Philadelphia.  Pollen is not typically seen from this time of year to early March. 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 mold spore levels.  With snow cover, mold spores will decrease to insignificant levels. 

The Asthma Center pollen count report will resume in March 2015 with the beginning of the spring hayfever season. 

For more information about the pollen count levels, see our pollen count interpretations.


Dr. Dvorin collects the slide from the rooftop of our Mount Laurel, NJ location.  Watch him in this interview!



Dr. Belecanech & Dr. Dvorin collect the slide from our rooftop in Center City Philadelphia.

Pollen and mold research data is the sole property of The Asthma Center and cannot be reproduced, used commercially (e.g. clinical trials), or redistributed for any reason without written permission from The Asthma Center.

Note: Volumetric air sampling is performed by the Burkard Trap Device. Sampling is obtained by a 24-hour period. This service is supported by The Asthma Center Education and Research Fund.

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