Last Thursday has the highest pollen counts that have been recorded in Central Texas. The itchy grains of air was measured in KVUE studios.
Mark Murray, the TV chief meteorologists said that the pollen loosened Wednesday night that blanketed Central Texas’ sinuses, sidewalks, and cars.
He also confirmed that it was the highest counts ever recorded in the station since the measure of the pollen level in 1997.
The Cedar fever season is expected to get worse because of the rainy season. Unfortunately, the cold temperature will not help those who suffer from