The Carolina Asthma & Allergy Center Pollen and Mold Counter will return February 15, 2020.
In Fall most of the things we worry are ragweed, and weed pollens. The usual season for that is back to school until about the first frost. We see a lot of mold counts during this time too, because as we get near the end of Summer we see a lot more humidity, rainfall, and the leaves start to fall. Dust mite allergies can also peak around this time. - Dr. Richard Herring
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!