HAY fever sufferers get ready- a pollen bomb is heading to Glasgow.

The forecast shows that the city is set to be hit by a pollen bomb with high levels of grass and weed pollen forecasted for Monday.

Data from the Kleenex Pollen Forecast shows that for the first time this hay fever season, grass and weed pollen are forecasted for a high alert at the same time across the country.

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Glasgow Times:

The severity of pollen levels is measured by Pollen Grains Per Cubic Metre (PPM).

A reading of 61-341 for grass pollen is considered high and a reading of 78-266 for weed pollen.

Selected regions with currently high forecasts for weed and grass pollen in the UK on Monday include Glasgow.

The reading in the city is 133 PPM for weed pollen. While it is 268PPM for grass pollen.

Antihistamines at the ready, we can get through this Glasgow. 

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Visit the Kleenex Pollen Forecast to check out your postcode’s pollen count at HERE