Since the first day of spring (March 20) is around the corner, you can expect high pollen count. It is likely that the pollen count will now remain relatively high throughout the spring 2017.
More than 10 million Brits are known to suffer from hay fever every year, making it the most common seasonal allergies in the UK. Severity of the hay fever symptoms often varies according to the count of pollen. So, keep a track on pollen forecast to ensure you stay away from those sniffles.
The symptoms of hay fever include sneezing, runny nose, blocked nose, watery eyes and itchy eyes.