Sonora, CA– Although the winter season has not come to a close, the sun has been shining more than expected, bringing allergies with the warm weather.
Kathy Amos with the Tuolumne County Heath Department says early blooming affects people with allergies. Health officials say Allergies can be sparked throughout the year from mold, dust, and animal dander.
Tree allergy season generally starts in mid- February and runs through June, grass season lasts from May through June and ragweed season picks up in mid- august and ends in winter
Written by Alisha Cruz