StormTeam Allergy Report

Friday, May 18: Those of you suffering from seasonal allergies may get a little relief today. Tree pollen is still at medium levels today, with low amounts of pollen expected from grass, weeds, trees, and mold.

If you suffer from itchy eyes, and a stuffy nose, you may have seasonal allergies. We will update our allergy forecast, Monday through Friday during Good Morning Northland and on WDIO.com.

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