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March 21, 2013

Abundant Pollen Will Trigger Intense Allergy Suffering. Historical models indicate that the pollen season has been delayed due to large amounts of precipitation this past fall and winter, but is likely to ratchet up quickly as everything blooms at once and causes pollen counts to skyrocket. Leonard Bielory, a Rutgers professor at the Center for Environmental Prediction and CECI affiliate, explains that moisture from Hurricane Sandy and other winter storms are having a major impact on this spring's allergy season.

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