The Allergy Risk combines the burden from pollination with weather data to display the general risk for the current day (number in the center and color code: white = no burden to red = very high burden). The hourly forecast provides the Allergy Risk of the given time and thus displays the development of the Allergy Risk during the day (number of the bars indicates the intensity).
Issued 19th of January 2021
Situation and medium-term forecast
The Spaeth’s alder bloom ceases!
The majority of the Spaeth’s alders have emptied their catkins. This tree is a non-native species in Austria. It is only found cultivated in parks or as ornamental trees. Susceptible pollen allergy sufferers may still experience allergenic burden in close vicinity to such trees. The for this week forecasted rain and snowfalls will wash away already settled alder pollen.
Note: The immune system of a pollen allergy sufferer may be more susceptible at the start of the pollen season. Birch pollen...Continue reading
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The Austrian Pollen Information Service (www.pollenwarndienst.at) at the Medical University of Vienna provides a pollen forecast for the next three days in your region in co-operation with local and international institutions.
Available for: Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, Great Britain and South Tyrol.
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