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Fight the Pollen, Fight the Pollen that Bee!
This is the time of year where allergy sufferers are feeling the wrath from allergies to trees, grass, mold, and pollens! In fact, pollen count has been abnormally high this year, sending thousands to confront a constant post-nasal drip and frequent sinus headaches. But because we are in the digital age, there are cool apps to help predict pollen patterns so you don’t have to.
But you can get the latest pollen forecast by using a mobile app epspecially for pollen sufferes. The 4Day Pollen.com Forecast is displayed in an easy to read bar chart, with colored bars matching the index levels (Low, Med, High and more). The actual numbers are included at the top of the bars to give you pinpoint accuracy. While looking at one forecast, you can select a different city or provide a new zip code to generate a different 4Day Forecast.
The app has accurate, up to date weather conditions and forecast are available to you with Express Weather! The concise display gives you Today’s current weather plus a 2 day forecast, including high and low temperatures, chance of precipitation, and cloud conditions. You can easily switch to a different zip code or city using the controls at the bottom. These are just some of the features you will appreciate.
And if allergies are somewhat new for you, know that all pollen comes from flowers of one type or another, including ornamental flowers, weeds, trees and grasses. For this reason, you will usually feel symptoms during “allergy season”.
- Impaired smell
- Impaired taste
- Itching eyes
- Itching mouth
And keeping in mind that there is no cure for allergies, talk to your physician about prescription and over-the-counter medications. Nasal decongestants, histamines, etc. can provide the relief you need. Fight the pollen!