Sunday, May 03, 2009

Mexican Import

The climax of the smoke from agricultural burning in Mexico and Central America is during the next 2 weeks. The daily particulate level is in caution every day but it sure feels higher. If the rains keep up down there it may not be so bad for much longer. This is from TCEQ's site "Long range forecasts indicate continued above normal rainfall over much of the smoke source area, which could help to keep smoke levels below normal for what is normally the peak of the smoke season the next two weeks." Our headaches around here would certainly be happier if the levels dropped.
Oak and grass pollen is low but mold is creeping upward from medium levels; the mold is the one contributing to the headaches.

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