'GMA' Pollen Report: Monday May 13, 2013

Sam Champion explains which allergens are expected to be an issue today.
0:54 | 05/13/13

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Transcript for 'GMA' Pollen Report: Monday May 13, 2013
This is good morning America's pol report -- right in the peak of -- season coming off a bit in some locations after places like Washington DC report their biggest tree pollen spike. In about three years well that's easing up because -- -- the country right now and that yellow to orange which is very moderate to the high levels but let's look right at the tree -- on the East Coast in those -- -- the red -- anywhere from Michigan all the way to Wisconsin and even Indiana right now -- highest in -- an -- On the West Coast it's entirely different group of trees they're going here cedar and -- in those red spots particularly in northern you -- the rest the country coming in and moderate grass now beginning to show up as we've got in the south rye grass and bluegrass going in those areas of the yellow to green. And in the west again totally different grass is going in Bermuda and -- likely be the real hot of the problem and reading the highest in those areas so. All of those are the big trends in pollen but to find out what's going on in your neighborhood it's very easy to do you go to Good Morning America dot com slash allergies.

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