Pollen production tends to ramp up in the Northeast between April and May, right when flowers bloom and trees grow their leafs back, WeatherBug meteorologist Andrew Rosenthal said. Once those plants are done pollenating, grass allergies kick in, so when an allergy sufferer will feel it worst depends on what specifically they’re allergic to.

After the initial burst of pollen in mid-April, Bielory expects pollen amounts to level out back to a typical season, saying New Jersey is in for a normal allergy season.

Suffer from allergies and need some relief? Here are some tips, shared with Patch by Dr. Clifford Bassett of the Allergy and Asthma Care of New York, Dr. Mariana Castells at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and SafeBee.

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