'GMA' Pollen Report: Monday April 29, 2013

Sam Champion explains which allergens are expected to be an issue today.
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Transcript for 'GMA' Pollen Report: Monday April 29, 2013
-- your weekly Good Morning America pollen updated he'd take a look at our overall pollen -- -- noticed one thing missing. And that's area she didn't read the very high now there's still a lot of high -- concentration aren't but the good news here if you're an allergy suffer those extremely high areas the -- levels the party even -- across the board taking a look at tree -- we're already seeing some. Some trickle down -- that tree -- since the trees are getting into bloom and a good part of the country. Oak pine and ash still the biggest welcome planners across most of the country grass pollen still not the season for that it's mostly what you said into may and a little bit beyond. But we're seeing one or two hotspots here and also weed -- still not the season for that was you know a little bit more in the fall areas but they're still one or two hot -- Oklahoma also the Carolinas working a little bit Carolinas into Georgia with a little bit extra weed pollen and that's a look at the weed pollen around the country but if you want to know what the -- like writing your neighborhood we can do that for you to go to abcnews.com. Slash allergies.

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