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Pollen

Birch pollen – the north gets the rest

The birch pollen season is almost finished in most of Central and South Europe. The inhabitants of the northern regions can still expect moderate to high levels, as the weather (finally) warms up.

A first look at the grass pollen season

Grass pollen is the most common pollen allergy in Europe and the season is well under way. Central Europe can expect high levels, while the cold weather further north let us wait for the spread.

The birch pollen front continues north – temporary slowdown due to colder weather

Central Europe past the peak, Nordic countries still on the rise The birch pollen season has seen its culmination in Central Europe and UK,...

Birch pollen season in full swing in Europe

The birch pollen season is at its height in Central Europe, with high levels recorded across the continent. Southern Scandinavia is starting to feel the birch as well, and will see increasing pollen levels the next ten days.

High birch pollen levels expected across Central Europe

Temperatures are rising in Europe and birch pollen levels will be high across Central Europe and southern UK. The front is moving northwards, and Southern Scandinavia and Finland will also see birch pollen levels on the rise.

Birch pollen high in France and Austria – onset further north delayed

Due to warm weather, the birch pollen has increased rapidly in Southern France and Austria the last days. Low temperatures are likely to delay the onset of birch pollen further north.

Birch pollen increases in Central Europe: 10 day forecast

Pollen season has started in Western France and the front is about to move northwards Over the last few days, birch pollen levels have increased...

European birch pollen – still holding back

Low temperatures across Europe mean birch pollen season starts later than usual There are currently very low levels of birch pollen in most of Europe,...
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