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the number of pollen grains (usually ragweed) in a standard volume of air over a twenty-four hour period and a specified time and place

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The Pakistan Meteorological Department has declared the pollen count 'very high', with the pollen count for paper mulberry recorded at 20,165 particles per cubic metre.
He said with the arrival of spring pollen count was increasing in the federal capital and advised the allergy patients to wear mask or use anti allergy tablets.
The highest pollen count in the last 24 hours was recorded 93 per m3 of air in sector E-8 that would increase when the rain spell ends, according to PMD.
Wasim Khawaja told that with the advent of spring season, pollen count in the air increases, which affect the pollen allergy patients.
The temperatures will be slightly better than those tomorrow, reaching 21C, but the pollen count remains very high.
Don't dry your clothes outside when the pollen count is high.
Check the pollen forecast Install a pollen count app on your smartphone for regular alerts.
The Met Office is forecasting high pollen counts for most of England, Wales and Northern Ireland today and tomorrow, gradually easing by Friday.
Unfortunately for hay fever sufferers, the Met Office says the pollen count is likely to rise in the next few weeks as the warmer weather arrives.
Pollen UK director Dr Jean Emberlin warns: "If the predicted combination of prolonged periods of warm dry weather with some wet intervals occurs, we'll experience a high pollen count.
Take extra steps when the pollen count is high: Seasonal allergy symptoms can flare up when there's a lot of pollen in the air.
Web searches about runny noses and allergy medications can help researchers track changes in pollen count.
Before you plan a city stroll, check the forecasted pollen count before heading off and, after a day out, have a shower and change your clothes once you're home.
Febreze is partnering with The Weather Channel's anchor Sam Champion to educate consumers on the connection between the outdoor pollen count and allergens found in the home.