According to the Allergy Disease and Asthma Center in Greenville, we are looking at high levels of tree pollen, low mold and absent grass and weed pollen. The high levels of tree pollen usually triggers many of our seasonal allergies around here! Dominant trees are:
Alder, Cedar, Elm, Maple and Pine.
The rain tonight will help to reduce pollen levels temporarily though! A line of showers and a few heavy t-storms will move through between now and Tuesday morning. Severe weather threat is low, but thunder is possible and heavy downpours will be present. We'll pick up around an inch on average across our area. This will continue our good trends when it comes to the improving drought!
It will be breezy as the rain moves out and a front settles to our south. Tuesday night and Wednesday we'll really feel the gusty winds and colder air. Highs will drop back into the 50s for the Upstate and 40s in the mountains.
Hope you had a great weekend and have gotten through this post-daylight saving time Monday in excellent fashion!
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