According to Texas Ag Commissioner Todd Staples, the weather has been pretty tough on allergy sufferers in Texas this year
Staples said in some parts of Texas, “We had some early warming, then freezing temperatures again . . . .”
Staples says, “Most record-setting allergen counts were created by the wild weather patterns the state experienced.” He said, “Even in the summer the allergens are continuing to stay in the air.”
He advised that opening windows at night might expose you to pollens. He said clothes worn outdoors can bring in allergens to the home. He also advised air conditioning filters be changed frequently.