Bellingham Pollen Counts Bellingham / Whatcom County

Pollen and Mold Counts
 
                                              

Current Bellingham and Whatcom County Pollen and Mold Counts Provided for our Residents with
Allergy & Asthma 

For more information about allergies, visit the Asthma & Allergy Center's web
site AsthmaAllergyWhat.com

Tree Pollen and mold counts:
Updated: April 2, 2014:

Cottonwood
204, high. Cedar 175, high. Alder 117, high. Birch 44, moderate.  Mold 234, low.

March 26: Alder
336, high;  Poplar/cottonwood 190, high; Cedar/juniper 117 high; Mold 642, low.
March 12, 2014; Tree pollen;  Alder
1153, high. Cedar 394, high. Mold low.
March 10, 2014:   Tree
pollens high; Alder, birch, cedar. Mold low.
February 21, 2014.
Four day collection, counts per day:
Tree pollen: Cedar
, 12, low. Birch < 1.  Mold low.
February 14, 2014;
Three day collection. Counts per day;
Birch 2, low.  Cedar 1, low. Mold low.
February 10, 2014;
4 day collection, reported as count per day; Birch pollen, 2, low. Mold low.
February 5, 2014
; The first pollens detected for 2014!
Birch pollen, 4, low. Mold low.
January 30, 2014
; 4 day collection. No pollens. Mold low.


Mold count designations are different from pollen count levels. See NAB below.

Scroll down for previous counts.
 
 
 

For information about how pollen counts are obtained and reported click on the About link on the left. Pollen and Mold counts from previous years are also available by clicking on the Previous Count link.

View Pollen Allergy to learn more about hayfever and treatment options.

Click on seasons for  an overview of allergy seasons in Bellingham and Whatcom County.

These National Allergy Bureau Counting stations may indicate future pollen and mold counts in our area.  Seattle   Eugene

For pollen and mold counts throughout the U.S., visit the National Allergy Bureau's web sit at  NAB


 

 Past Counts

Previous 2013 Counts

August 2, 2013: Grass 1, low. Weed 1, low. Tree, mostly cedar, 5, low. Mold 905, low.

July 31, 2013: Grass 2, low. Weed 1, low. Tree, Cedar/Juniper, few pine, 8, low.  Mold 891, low.

July 29, 2013: Grass
3, low. Weed 4, low. Tree 20, cedar/juniper, moderate. Mold 905, low.

July 25, 2013: Grass
not detected. Weed 1, low. Tree 8, cedar/juniper, low. Mold 628, low.

July 24, 2013: Grass 1, low. Weed absent. Tree 9, cedar, low. Mold 730, low.

July 23, 2013:  Grass, Weed and Tree
pollen less than 1.  Mold 321, low.

July 21, 2013: Grass 1, low. Tree 15, moderate, cedar/juniper. Weed not detected Mold 248, low.

Updated: September 6, 2013: (3 day collection)   
The count is the number of pollen grains or mold spores per cubic meter, per day, counted over the 72 hour time period ending at 8 am of the day reported.
All Pollens are low. Mold moderate.

August 26, 2013:
  All pollens are low. There may be some isolated areas in the county with higher concentrations of weed pollen that allergic patients may notice. Mold 1416, low. 
 
August 21, 2013: Grass < 1. Weed, 1 low. Tree 1, low. Mold 1460, low.

August 19, 2013: Grass 1, low. Weed, not detected. Tree 3, cedar, low. Mold 1071, low.

August 13, 2013: Weed
7, low. Grass 0. Tree 1. Mold 1299, low.

August 8, 2013: Grass
1, low. Weed < 1. Tree, cedar 12, low. Mold 1153, low. (A significant percent cladosporium.)

August 6, 2013:  Weed
2, low. Grass <1. Tree 3, cedar, low. Mold 1430, low. (A significant percent of mold spores are cladosporium, an important allergen for mold allergic individuals.)