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Austin Allergy Report

Austin is called the Allergy Capital of the World for a good reason. Austin has airborne allergens throughout the year. In the fall, we have “Hay Fever” caused by Ragweed from mid-August to mid-November. In the winter we have “Cedar Fever” caused by cedar pollen from December to February. In the Spring we have Oak, Elm, Pecan, and Ash tree pollen. In addition, we have Mold and Grasses that cause problems throughout the year. Check out our 5-day allergy report to plan your week accordingly.

    Jul 27

    102°HIGH 78°LOW
  • Mostly sunny and hot; caution advised if outside for extended periods of time
  • Overall Air Quality: Good
  • Grass: Low
  • Mold: Moderate
  • Tree: Low
  • Ragweed: Low
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    Jul 28

    102°HIGH 77°LOW
  • Partly sunny and hot; dangerous heat
  • Overall Air Quality: Good
  • Grass: Low
  • Mold: Moderate
  • Tree: Low
  • Ragweed: Low
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    Jul 29

    102°HIGH 77°LOW
  • Mostly sunny and hot; dangerous heat
  • Overall Air Quality: Good
  • Grass: Low
  • Mold: High
  • Tree: Moderate
  • Ragweed: Low
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    Jul 30

    102°HIGH 74°LOW
  • Partly sunny and hot
  • Overall Air Quality: Moderate
  • Grass: Low
  • Mold: High
  • Tree: Moderate
  • Ragweed: Low
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    Jul 31

    103°HIGH 76°LOW
  • Partly sunny and hot; heat will be dangerous, minimize outdoor activity
  • Overall Air Quality: Good
  • Grass: Low
  • Mold: High
  • Tree: Moderate
  • Ragweed: Low
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