Bellingham and Whatcom
County Pollen and Mold Counts Provided for our Residents with
Allergy & Asthma
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Tree Pollen and Mold counts for May 4, 2015: Daily count averaged over three days: Pine 24, moderate. Oak 22, moderate. Alder 2, low. Cedar 2, low. Larch 2, low. Mold 650, low. (Pine, Larch, fir, Hemlock pollen are large and form yellowish dust on outdoor surfaces and may irritated the airway but do not cause significant allergy symptoms like other allergenic pollens such as alder, birch, maple, oak, cottonwood etc.)
April 27, 2015. Daily count averaged over five days. Low for all pollens including pine, fir, cedar/juniper, ash, beech. Mold 397, low. Grass not detected.
April 20, 2015. Daily count averaged over three days: Cedar/Juniper 66, moderate. Birch 27, moderate. Oak, Willow 7, low. Pine, 5, low. Hemlock 2, low. Mold 1059, low by NAB standards but moderate level for our area.
April 15, 2015. Daily count averaged over three days. Tree pollens are low, less than 5 for Birch, Cottonwood, Larch, Hemlock. Mold 720, low.
April 9, 2015. Daily count averaged over three days: Birch 29, moderate. Cottonwood/poplar 27, moderate. Cedar/juniper 17, moderate. Alder 7, low. Larch 12, low. Mold 389, low. (Mold count designations are different than those assigned to pollens)
April 6, 2015. Two day count, average per day: Birch 8, low. Cedar 3, low. Cottonwood/Poplar 1, low. Willow 1, low. Maple < 1. Hemlock, Larch <1. Mold 1241, low.
April 1, 2015; four day count reported as count per day: Birch 168 high. Cottonwood/poplar 40, moderate. Alder 22, moderate. Cedar 7, low. Maple 4, low. Hemlock 22, low. Mold 496, low.
March 28, 2015. Three day count reported as count per day: Birch 336, high. Cottonwood/poplar 117, high. Cedar 97, high. Alder 78, moderate. Pine, Hemlock, Larch (not allergenic) 5, low. Mold 715, low.
March 25, 2015: Four day count, reported as count per day: Cedar 102, high. Birch 80, moderate. Alder 37, moderate. Cottonwood/Poplar 33, moderate. Mold 541, low.
March 21, 2015; Three day count reported as count per day; Cottonwood/Poplar 258, high. Alder 185, high. Cedar 92, high. Birch 15, moderate. Hemlock 19, moderate. Mold 691, low.
March 18, 2015; Four day count reported as count per day: Alder 208, high. Cottonwood 66, moderate. Cedar 16, low -moderate. Mold 548, low.
March 14th, 2015. Four day count reported as count per day: Alder 387, high. Cedar 120, high. Cottonwood/poplar 106, high. Birch 11, low. Mold 186, low.
March 11, 2015; Three day count reported as count per day: Alder 180, high. Cottonwood/poplar 136, high. Cedar 126, high. Mold 97, low.
March 8, 2015. Daily count averaged over four days : Alder 241, high. Cedar 216, high. Cottonwood/Poplar 11, low. Birch 4, low. Mold 285, low.
March 3, 2015. Daily count averaged over three days: Cedar 560, high. Alder 238, high. Cottonwood/poplar 5, low. Mold 384, low. Birch, Willow less than one, very low.
February 28, 2015; Daily count averaged over three days: Cedar 394, high; Alder 102, high; Willow 48, moderate; Mold 438, low.
February 25, 2015: Average daily count over three days; Cedar 287, high; Alder 44, moderate; Birch 15, low - moderate; Mold 107, low.
February 20, 2015; Average daily count over three days; Cedar high 676; Alder 15, low-moderate; Birch 10, low; Mold 321 low.
Mold count designations are different from pollen count levels. See NAB below.
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