If you suffer from spring allergies, grab your tissues and prepare for a bumpy ride.
A mild winter that included lots of rain and wind spells trouble for those who struggle with plant pollen allergies. Couple that with unseasonably warm weather in late winter that led to an early bloom that produces pollen.
Pollen levels are now already at moderate to near-high levels, weeks ahead of last year.
Weather Underground, among other weather sites, is already predicting an early pollen peak and an uptick in allergy issues, Time Out New York reports.
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