Guide to Tree Pollen Allergies
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Type your zip code above to see today’s pollen count in Dallas-Fort Worth! Our Pollen Pal tool will show you when pollen levels are at their worst, so you can avoid allergies.
Check out the pollen forecast in Dallas-Fort Worth for the next few days. When pollen counts are low, attending concerts or taking cooking or gardening classes at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden feels like a walk in Klyde Warren Park. High pollen count? Pack Kleenex On-the-Go tissues, so you can stay prepared for allergies, wherever you are.
Around February through April, Dallas-Fort Worth pollen counts increase significantly due to tree pollen. From May through August, pollen stays at moderately low levels, but in September and October, pollen from weeds causes a fairly large spike. Thankfully, pollen counts decline quite a bit in November and stay low for the rest of the year. If you want to keep seasonal allergies at bay, you might want to steer clear of parks and grassy areas, but we know it can be tough to think of things to do when you’re avoiding these areas so many times throughout the year. That’s why we put together a few options to help you have fun during allergy season in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Seasonal allergies are about as fun as being stuck on the I-30 during rush hour. Here are a few ways to avoid the sniffles and have a great time in DFW despite pesky pollinators.
Dallas has an incredible variety of delicious, gorgeous dishes waiting to be discovered. Plus, indoor seating means you can take a break from the pollen as you explore the DFW food scene.
Watching sports or going to a game is an easy way to focus on something other than the pollen count and DFW has plenty of options. From rodeos to football games, there’s plenty of sports to keep you busy.
DFW’s shopping areas help you get relief from seasonal allergy sniffles with enclosed stores that have plenty of wonderful things, like Western wear, jewelry, stationary, party goods and more. Who knows—maybe you’ll spend so much time in these uniquely Dallas boutiques, you’ll shop until the pollen drops!
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