Real-Time Pollen Count Updates For
Get a complete picture of pollen count levels in Philadelphia at a glance and make informed decisions to stay ahead of pollen allergies.
There are many different types of pollen that are common in Philadelphia
Tree pollen: Tree pollen is released in the spring and can cause symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, and itchy eyes. Some of the most common trees that release pollen in Philadelphia include oak, maple, birch, and poplar.
Grass pollen: Grass pollen is released in the summer and can cause similar symptoms to tree pollen. Some of the most common grasses that release pollen in Philadelphia include Bermuda, fescue, and orchard grass.
Ragweed pollen: Ragweed pollen is released in the fall and is one of the most common allergens in the United States. Ragweed pollen can cause severe symptoms, such as wheezing, chest tightness, and difficulty breathing.
Whether you suffer from allergies or want to plan outdoor activities, Ambee’s real-time updates will help you make informed decisions. Stay one step ahead and navigate Philadelphia's pollen season with ease. Check our website for the most up-to-date pollen count and utilize our interactive pollen map for a clearer picture of the situation.
Ambee’s pollen map provides you with the most accurate pollen data for Philadelphia. You can get information on pollen count, type, and recommendations, and more at a glance in this interactive map. Ambee’s pollen data is scientifically validated and follows the NAB standard. Combining data from proprietary on-ground sensors, satellites, and multiple open sources, the pollen map provides the most accurate real-time information.
Ambee provides you with the most accurate pollen map for Philadelphia. You can get information on pollen count, type, and recommendations, and more at a glance in this interactive map. Check it out.