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The pollen forecast for your area

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What’s the pollen count in Austin today?

Type your zip code above to see today's pollen count in Austin! Your Pollen Pal will help you see if you'll have allergies.

Pollen forecast for Austin

Check out the pollen forecast in Austin for the next few days. When pollen counts are low, take that walk at Mount Bonnell or Lady Bird Lake. When pollen counts are high, pack Kleenex On-the-Go tissues, so you can stay prepared for allergies, wherever you are.

Pollen hotspots in Austin

It's no secret that Bat City has a lot of green, and that means a lot of pollen. Fall means ragweed pollen fills the air. Plus, during winter, Austinites might be feeling under the weather because of "Cedar Fever". Contrary to what you might think, Cedar Fever doesn't cause a fever and instead refers to an allergic reaction to mountain cedars—prolific pollinators that produce clouds of pollen. Even though it's tough to stay inside when you could be biking, running or simply turtle-watching at your favorite park, if you want to keep seasonal allergies at bay, you might want to steer clear of parks and grassy areas. Lucky for you, we've compiled a list of allergy-friendly things to do in Austin when pollen counts are high, so you can keep Austin weird without worrying about the sniffles.

 

Allergy friendly activities in Austin

There's a time and place for everything. And when pollen climbs faster than the cars on Highway 130 in winter and fall, an indoor venue, like one of SoCo’s shops or restaurants, is the perfect place to get the most out of allergy season. Skip the sniffles and discover everything Austin has to offer with a few allergy-friendly activities below.

Austin Food Scene

One of the most delicious ways to avoid fall or winter allergies is to duck into an outstanding restaurant. Fortunately, Austin has plenty. The food scene that's known unique twists on tacos and crispy burnt ends has tons of incredible restaurants with indoor seating that can give you a break from pollen.

Live Music in Austin

Austin has a lot of festivals and of all its festivals, Austin's music festivals might be known best. When pollen counts are high, explore the amazing music scene that Austin has to offer with some indoor listening.

Helping Out in Austin

If you love Austin, there are plenty of ways to show it, including volunteering in ways that can help you avoid pollen, like assisting with delivering fans to seniors, sorting donations and distributing food.

** Kimberly-Clark and the Kleenex® Brand have no association, nor affiliation with the entities described in this newsletter. All “hot spots” are provided for informational purposes only.**

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