How weather can predict your allergy symptoms

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Crystal balls won’t help predict what’s to come, but thankfully the weather can.

If the spring season had a character profile it would be described as awakening, blossoming and alive, but don’t forget temperamental as the weather can change at the drop of a hat. The shifting weather can be frustrating especially for those suffering from seasonal allergies and depending on the conditions it can change what symptoms one gets.

We may not have a crystal ball, but we have access to weather patterns that can help you predict what allergy symptoms you may get depending on the weather.

Flonase Infographic: How Weather Can Predict Your Allergy Symptoms