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Caroline Owens, of Farmer, NC, created a "pollen song" to the tune of Dolly Parton's "Jolene," and we can all relate.
Since the rains in central North Carolina stopped earlier this week, the pollen is back in force, with levels reaching up to 2,338 grains per cubic meter in parts of Raleigh.
Spring teases are in the air from warmer temperatures to pollen.
Just watched the video above? We know what you're thinking, "Check out those flurries" - except, that's not snow, it's actually pollen.
Dr. Gurvinder Deogun, of Allergy Partners of Raleigh, said allergy season kicked in the second week of February as usual. But she said something is different this year.
As a relatively mild and wet winter has given way to unseasonably high temperatures across much of the U.S., multiple areas are reporting high pollen counts weeks earlier than normal.
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