The forecast looks bright without a shower of sneezes

Are you worried spring encourage your hayfever symptoms?


Annmarie Payne
@AVogelUK


25 March 2014

Oh no, it's sunny!

When we get a gloriously unexpected day of sunshine after several days of gloom and showers, most of us can’t help smiling and feeling happy.

Not so for those with hayfever however! Pollen levels are very much dependent on the weather.

A week of dull rainy weather followed by a few days of warm sunshine can drive pollen levels sky high – so knowing when and where the pollen count is very high is a good way of being prepared and minimising the misery.

Don’t let Pollen stop you!

If you suffer from hayfever then make sure you arm yourself with a way to keep track of the pollen count in your area. This will help you stay one step ahead of pollen and get the most out of nature without the worry of itchy eyes, wheezes or sneezes.

Visit our A.Vogel Pollen Count page, where you'll find a 5-day forecasts, showing the pollen count across the UK and in your local area.

Some quick links:

London

Edinburgh

Cardiff

Belfast

Find more cities here.

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