The forecast may call for cold nights and snowy days, but have faith; spring is almost here. Along with the warm sun and melting snow comes the start of allergy season. Tree pollen season varies from year to year depending on the weather, but it can start long before you shed that winter coat.
The poplar, cottonwood and aspen pollen season starts from late March to the third week of April. Elm pollen is present from the second week in April and end in late May. For a list of other pollens: read more.
If you suffer from allergies and asthma, start making a plan to get through this spring allergy season.