March 21, 2019

Official pollen counts are measured on weekdays and are therefore recorded as zero on weekend days. Click the (+) symbol to show charted data from the past 30 days.

Mold: 1103 - High
Present to varying degrees all year. Higher counts in summer/fall.
Ash: 79 - Medium
Counts peak end of February - beginning of March.
Cottonwood: 73 - Medium
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Elm: 83 - Medium
Counts peak end of February - beginning of March
Grass: 69 - Medium
Indistinguishable under a microscope. Can last from March - September. Highest counts typically in May & June.
Hackberry: 104 - Medium
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Sycamore: 106 - Medium
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Willow: 97 - Medium
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Mulberry: 36 - Low
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Poplar: 27 - Low
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Find the latest allergy counts for Central Texas, as measured in the Austin area by Allergists of Austin. Whether it is cedar, mold, cottonwood, oak, ragweed, ash, pine, mulberry, elm, poplar, or any other allergen in our area, you can track the latest allergy forecast here.