Achoo! Grab the tissues allergy sufferers, it could be a rough allergy season.
A long winter may make this spring particularly miserable for those with allergies. According to experts, the lingering cold could mean a late flowering for trees and plants.
"This is shaping up to be a severe allergy season due to the long winter and snowfall that was well above average levels," said Dr. Peter Schilt, otolaryngologist at Community Physician Network.
"The delayed start of spring weather means that trees will be releasing larger amounts of pollen in a shorter amount of time," said Schilt. "The moisture from all of the precipitation this winter will also cause mold levels to increase." continue reading ...