A third La Niña event in a row could bring dangerous conditions for people with allergies – but we’ll need better continuous monitoring to be sure what’s coming in the future.
Scientists are building a pollen forecasting model using meteorology, botany, pollen count numbers and satellite imagery to help people plan ahead.
Pollen counts focus on the amount of grains in the air, but it could be the species that are more important.
Pollen is ancient, but in recent times, it’s getting worse. An allergist offers ways to manage the suffering and enjoy the spring.