Pollen and Mold

During pollen and mold season, the Southwest Ohio Air Quality Agency measures the daily levels of naturally occurring airborne pollutants: pollens and molds. These counts are expressed in grains per cubic meter of air for pollen levels and spores per cubic meter of air for mold levels. 

Today's Count (February 24, 2017)

Pollen: 696 (high); Mold: 422 (low)

  Pollen  696
  1st Prevalent: Elm
293
  2nd Prevalent:Cedar/Juniper
 270
  Other Trees: Maple
 
  Grasses    0 
  Ragweed
   0 
  Other  33
 Mold 422
  1st Prevalent: Cladosporium 165
  2nd Prevalent: Ascospores, unk   99
  Other: Coprinus, Basidiospores, unk., and Leptosphaeria 158

Pollen and Mold Descriptors

  Descriptor    Pollen    Mold 
  LOW
  0-20
  0-500
  MODERATE
  21-100
  501-1500
  HIGH
  101-1000
  1501-5000
  VERY HIGH
  >1000
  >5000

The linked excel spreadsheet of Raw Daily Counts includes a detailed record of pollen and mold sources for the season. (If the data does not appear to be updated in the linked Excel file, try clearing your web browser's data history, including browsing history, download history and cached images and files.)