Those who suffer from hay fever are in for a treat - a pollen bomb is due to hit the city this week.

The Met Office predicts that pollen levels will be 'very high' from tomorrow as the warm and sunny weather scored with rain and showers makes way for the perfect conditions for grass to grow.

Forecasters warn that the central belt and Borders will be particularly hard hit and have warned those who suffer from the fever to stay away if possible. 

Common symptoms of hay fever include sneezing, runny or blocked nose, itchy eyes, mouth and throat.

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It comes as the forecast takes a few hormonal changes as we're to expect cloud and thunderstorms towards the end of the week, followed by a mini heatwave at the weekend. 

Deputy Chief Meteorologist, Matthew Lehnert, said: “By Thursday, Northern Ireland and Scotland will join the rest of the country in seeing a shorter lived spell of warm and sunny weather.

"But we’re also seeing an increased risk of thunderstorms towards the end of the week which is expected to bring an end to the very warm and sunny weather.”