Allergy season can start as soon as January and can last through October.
Those who suffer from allergies are being hit hard right now because of the dry weather. According to experts, rain helps keep those pollens down.
Also, doctors say, since Colorado experienced a wet winter, this year's pollen count is much higher than normal. Folks in Southern Colorado say they are feeling the impact. They say their allergies have been worse than normal.
In the spring, trees are what bother people with allergies, in the summer it's grass and in the fall, watch out for those pesky weeds.
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