If you're prone to seasonal allergies, like many of us, you'd better start taking your decongestants and nasal spray now, because they're coming and it could help.
Tree watchers say the colder weather has held it back a little longer, but the birch, ceadar, cottonwoods and pine could be in bloom within two weeks.
Allergists say the cold wet winter will also make life worse if you're allergic to mold. Before you head out, check the pollen counts online. Close your windows to keep the pollen out and try to move outside activities to the afternoon. The highest counts are from 5:00 a.m. to 10 a.m.