Hot, humid conditions cause mold spore spikes to form

IT IS VERY HOT VERY WET THESE ARE PERFECT CONDITIONS FOR MOLD GROWTH. >> DR. GARY STEVENS SAYS MDOL ALLERGENS REACHED A HIGH ON JUNE 30. SPORE’S ACCOUNT WAS 30,000 CLOSTOE. THIS IS THE HIGHEST SEPTEMBER SIENC ACCOUNT OF LAST YEAR. >> WE TYPICALLY THROUGHOUT THE SUER SEEMM RANGE, 40.00 6000-8000, AND AFTER A GOOD RAIN ON A WET DAY WITH TEMPERATURES IN THE 80’s AND 90’s WE CAN SEE THE NUMBER OF MOLD UP TO 30 000 40 000 E.NGRA >> THE NUMBER OF MOLD SPORES VARY ACCORDING TO THE EVOLUTION OF WEATHER CONDITIONS. >> TYPICALLY JULY AND AOARET ARE THE WORST KIDS. IF WE HAVE A HOT AND WET WEATHER WE SOMETIMES HAVE A RELATIVE DROUGHT AND THE LAWNS TILT AND WE WILL SEE MOLD SPORES FALLING ALSO WHEN IT IS SO DRY. >> DR. STEVEN SAYS MOLD SPORES WILL GIVE YOU THE SAME SYMPTMS AS GRASS OR TREE POLLEN CONGESTION, ENVURES, ITCH AND TEAR EYES. A GREENFIELD, DAJI ASWAD, WISN 12 NEWS. PATRICK: DR. STEVEN SAYS GRASS AND TREE POLLENS ARE MADE FOR THE SEASON, BUT AMBURGUE POLLEN WILL BECOME MORE OUTSTANDING IN AUGUST.

Hot, humid conditions cause mold spore spikes to form

Summer allergies recently caused itchy eyes and runny nose.

Summer allergies have caused itchy eyes and a runny nose lately, but the reason could be related to a spike in mold spores. Gary Stevens of the Allergy, Asthma & Sinus Center in Greenfield. He said mold allergens peaked on June 30. The number of spores was close to 30,000, the highest number since last September. at 6-, 8,000 after a good rain, “Stevens said.” On a humid day with temperatures in the 80s and 90s, we can see the number of molds reaching the range of 30,000 to 40,000. “The number Mold spores vary with changing weather conditions. “Typically, July and August are the worst for mold if we have hot, humid weather,” Stevens said. “Sometimes we have relative drought and the lawns turn brown and we will also see the mold spores drop when they are this dry.” He said the mold spores would give residents the same symptoms as grass or tree pollen – congestion, sneezing and itching and watery eyes. Grass and tree pollens are made for the season, but ragweed pollen will become more visible in August.

Summer allergies recently caused itchy eyes and a runny nose, but the reason could be related to a spike in mold spores.

“We had a good period where it was very hot and very humid, which is perfect conditions for mold growth,” said Dr Gary Stevens of the Allergy, Asthma and Sinus Center in Greenfield.

He said mold allergens peaked on June 30. The number of spores was close to 30,000, the highest number since last September.

“We typically see counts of 4 to 6.8,000 throughout the summer after a good rain,” Stevens said. “On a humid day with temperatures in the 80s and 90s, we can see the number of molds reaching the range of 30,000 to 40,000.”

The number of mold spores varies with changing weather conditions.

“Usually July and August are the worst for mold if we have hot, humid weather,” Stevens said. “Sometimes we have relative drought and the lawns turn brown and we will also see the mold spores drop when it is this dry.”

He said the mold spores would give residents the same symptoms as grass or tree pollen – congestion, sneezing and itching and watery eyes.

Grass and tree pollens are made for the season, but ragweed pollen will become more visible in August.

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