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Pollen: Texas ongoing thread

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Mountain Cedar showed up yesterday, 12/1/19, at a count of 90.  That's considered "low."  It's not on the count today.

I'll be using the counts from San Antonio, but feel free to use your own local counts.  San Antonio is in the bullseye of where the cedar pollen gets blown.  That's the price we pay for not being Houston or Dallas.

Here's the handy reference chart of the last 3 years so you can impress your friends and family:

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Woke up this morning with itchy eyes. I've been miserable since going out for lunch earlier this afternoon - sneezing, hacking, etc.

Checked the pollen counts on KVUE and KXAN. Both of them show cedar in the low level, but KXAN shows the last few days and, apparently, today is the first day that they've picked it up.

Now, I get to feel like I'm constantly sick for the next three months. Yay!

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I've been down with the crud since last Sunday (9 days).  I'm thinking it's mold but this is the worst its been in years.

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Must have made it's way north to DFW. My allergies have been front & center all day.

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4 hours ago, miguelito said:

Had you been beaten?

 

His meat.

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Woke up 5AM and snot rocketed at least a quart... then was fine. Noticing some wheezing at night. Thinking the falling leaves are not helping things either dust wise but I’m an idiot.

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Our place out near Junction has cedars on it that are already pretty yellow and they have a long way to go still. They are generally 2-3 weeks ahead of what I see down around Austin, but have been a decent indicator of what is to come.  I have a feeling this will be a very tough season. Buckle up.

 

Fuck mountain cedar.

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start of the season, north winds....

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And what's weird/stupid, is that 810 is considered high.  But we will have counts above 20,000.  I guess the levels are based on when people will be affected by the pollen, as opposed to a scale of the actual count range.  In any case, it don't make a shit, the number is the important part.

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