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Hutto 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.

    Nov 08

    81°HIGH 61°LOW
  • Partly sunny and delightful; unhealthy air quality for sensitive groups
  • Overall Air Quality: Unhealthy (Sensitive)
  • Grass: Low
  • Mold: Low
  • Tree: Low
  • Ragweed: Low
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    Nov 09

    84°HIGH 63°LOW
  • Partly sunny and very warm; air quality will be unhealthy for sensitive groups
  • Overall Air Quality: Unhealthy (Sensitive)
  • Grass: Low
  • Mold: Low
  • Tree: Low
  • Ragweed: Low
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    Nov 10

    84°HIGH 68°LOW
  • Very warm and humid with partial sunshine; air quality will be unhealthy for sensitive groups
  • Overall Air Quality: Unhealthy (Sensitive)
  • Grass: Low
  • Mold: Low
  • Tree: Low
  • Ragweed: Low
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    Nov 11

    84°HIGH 68°LOW
  • Very warm and humid with intervals of clouds and sunshine; air quality will be unhealthy for sensitive groups
  • Overall Air Quality: Unhealthy (Sensitive)
  • Grass: Low
  • Mold: Low
  • Tree: Low
  • Ragweed: Low
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    Nov 12

    84°HIGH 66°LOW
  • Very warm and humid with periods of clouds and sunshine
  • Overall Air Quality: Moderate
  • Grass: Low
  • Mold: Low
  • Tree: Low
  • Ragweed: Low
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