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(KSL News) If you suffer from seasonal allergies, you may find some relief today. But it won't be long-lived. In fact, it's going to get worse.
The Deseret Morning News reports yesterday eight different types of pollen, including pollen from trees and grasses, were in the high and extremely high range.
Pollens and the allergies they bring typically are worse in late May and early June.
If you're allergic to cedar, its pollen count will likely start rising later this month, as will grass, even after its pollen is cleared out by any cold spell.