Drought And Allergies

Drought And AllergiesCalifornia’s Continued Drought May Mean Another Tough Allergy Season

Many Californians are used to suffering from some form of allergy throughout most of the year, but during March, April and May, these problems intensify as the trees, grasses and flowers around us release new pollen. While one would assume that less rain means less production in the natural world, and therefore less pollen in the air, in reality, conditions brought on by a drought can actually make allergies worse.