Georgia’s Pollen Count Spikes to 524

May 16, 2024
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Georgia's Pollen Count Spikes to 524

🌿 The Gist: Georgia’s total pollen count surged today to 524, with tree and grass pollen levels in the high range and weed pollen slightly lower.

🤔 Why It Matters: High pollen levels can significantly impact those with allergies or respiratory conditions, making it essential for residents to stay informed and take precautions.

What’s Happening:

  • Tree Pollen: High levels
  • Grass Pollen: High levels
  • Weed Pollen: Moderate levels
  • Mold Activity: High

🔍 Between the Lines: This spike follows a relatively calm period earlier in the month, with counts fluctuating significantly.

  • Earlier this week, pollen counts were as low as 17 and 104.

🏃 Catch Up Quick: Georgia’s pollen count has been inconsistent this month, causing varying levels of discomfort for residents.

  • Counts have ranged from as low as 17 to a peak of 709 on May 6.

💭 Your Take: How are you coping with the high pollen levels? Share your tips and experiences in the comments below!

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