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Well, the good news is, Chicago's allergy season is expected to arrive later this year than normal..but that bad news? It will be stronger this year.
The Chicago Tribune reports that because recent temperatures have fluctuated from cold to warm, nature’s pollination schedule has been delayed.
Dr. Rachna Shah, who’s in charge of tracking pollen counts in the Chicago area predicts that late April and May will be a rough allergy season in Chicago, depending on the weather in the next several weeks.