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The pollen forecast for your area

The weather forecast for your area

Discover our hay fever advice and more information about pollen in your area.

Atlanta Pollen Levels

There's nothing quite like visiting the Atlanta Botanical Garden when pollen counts are low. And when pollen counts are high, pack Kleenex® On-the-Go tissues, so you can stay prepared for allergies, wherever you are.

High pollen levels in spring, summer and fall can put a damper on the great outdoors, but Atlanta has plenty of activities great for allergy season like exploring outstanding restaurants, going to a baseball, basketball or football game or volunteering indoors, so you can get the most out of allergy season.

Atlanta Monthly Calendar

In southern cities like Atlanta, grass pollen will hit its peak during February, March and April. Pollen will linger throughout the summer before making a comeback in the fall when weed pollinators spike.


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Sports in Atlanta

High pollen count? Take your mind off the sniffles with action-packed baseball games, cool off in a basketball arena or pop in to see a football game.


Atlanta Restaurants

If you're looking for an easy way to avoid high pollen counts, a great meal is just…peachy. (Sorry!) Atlanta and the Atlanta metro area's food scene are some of the most delicious ways to deal with allergy season with plenty of barbecue, coffee shops, breakfast places, fried chicken, and more.


Helping Out in Atlanta

There's so much to love about the Big Peach, so why not give back by volunteering away from pollen? With such a big city, there are endless opportunities to give back. And volunteering is a great way to meet and help others, connect with the city, and of course get your mind off those pesky allergies.

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Pollen faq

Frequently Asked Questions

Kleenex® Pollen Pal is incredibly simple to use. We use pollen forecast data to monitor pollen risk levels in your area. All you have to do is enter in your zip code, or click on one of our preselected cities, and Pollen Pal will display the pollen forecast in your area.

Pollen allergies are never fun and can vary from adult to adult. Some of the main signs include sneezing, coughing, itchy or watery eyes, and even headaches or earaches. Want to learn more? Check out Seasonal Allergy Symptom and Signs.

It's hard to completely avoid pollen when it's pollen season, however pollen levels tend to be at their highest during the morning hours. Source:

Yes! Whether it's sunny, damp, or stormy, weather has a large impact on pollen counts. To keep it simple: pollen counts are typically highest when it's warm, humid, and windy.

For most of the United States, allergies tend to peak from February until the early summer. However, in more tropical climates the pollen season can stretch through a good potion of the year. Source: