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Pollen count stays relatively low through the weekend due to recent rains

MADISON (WKOW) – Another round of showers today, especially farther south, continues to keep overall pollen counts low.

According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI), tree and weed pollen levels are low. However, if you’re impacted by grass pollen, those levels are actually high!

Levels will overall continue to stay moderate to low through the weekend, according to, as more summery showers & storms are in the forecast.

The light showers will continue to move east as we head into the evening. SE WI counties are most likely to see some scattered showers as a weather system passes south of Wisconsin.

Mostly cloudy skies continue in the morning with an isolated shower or two possible farther south in the morning. In the afternoon hours the sun will come out and temps will be in the low 70s.

The first day of summer will be dry during the day with partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies. Temps will climb into the mid 70s and there is a chance for showers and storms at night as another storm system moves in.

Expect more clouds than sun on Saturday with temps in the low 80s. A few scattered showers and storms during the day will bring up humidity levels. Showers and storms will also be possible at night. Sunday looks like more of the same.

For details about weather conditions during the final week of June, click here.

Marisa Nuzzo

Intern, WKOW Weather

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