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Author Topic: How big does a pollen grain have to be before it sets me off in gales of sneezi  (Read 40 times)

Offline P-Kasso2

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I have been a Hay Fever Sufferer since the year dot.
  So, when not rubbing my eyes to shreds, I was delighted to notice that the Met Office had started issuing Pollen Warnings.

But one other thing that puzzled me then, and still perplexes me to this day, is this...

How do the bods at the Met Office DO it?

So there you are folks, two questions under one roof...

How big does a pollen grain have to be before it sets me off in gales of sneezing?

and...

How do the bods at the Met Office DO it?  Answers on a postcard to me as usual at IA on this thread.
« Last Edit: 28 July, 2019, 02:31:18 PM by P-Kasso2 »
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