Pollen counts are updated daily from February 15 to November 15.
Thank you for visiting Carolina Asthma & Allergy Center’s pollen and mold counter page. We update this information each day during allergy season, based on the data we receive from our central Charlotte location. Check back frequently to see which specific allergens are present in the air. Please note that on rainy days, we are unable to count pollen and mold levels, but we’ll be back the next dry day!
2/21/18 - from Dr. Klimas: For over twenty years, the Carolina Asthma and Allergy Center has been proud to do pollen counts in public service to the Metrolina area. With the warm, spring-like conditions you may see trees budding and expect some early tree pollen. And you would be right. Our most recent reading shows relatively high levels of cedar, elm, and maple tree pollen. There is also a fair amount of mold. Cedar tree pollen is a very potent allergen and causes sensitized patients to have major problems for 4-6 weeks in late winter, early spring.