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. 

Friday, February 22, 2019

  Pollen: Low
  1st Prevalent: Elm
  2nd Prevalent: Pine
  Other Trees:
  Grasses
  Ragweed

  Other: 
 Mold: Low 131 
  1st Prevalent: Ascospores
53 
  2nd Prevalent: Cladosporium
40 
  Other: Basidiospores, unk; Alternaria, Epicoccum
38 

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. 
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Statistical Averages for Pollen and Mold Data
02/18- 02/22 (calculated for ten years of data)

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Pollen

10

12

49

64

62

Mold

95

101

111

113

109

Statistical Averages for Pollen and Mold Data
02/25 - 03/01 (calculated for ten years of data)

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Pollen

63

76

47

30

35

Mold

105

104

97

90

105

Note: Statistical Averages are calculated for ten years of data at our current address, 250 William Howard Taft Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219.