Unique weather conditions make for longer, tough allergy season

[KMSP Fox 9, Nov. 28, 2017] Even though it feels nice out, the warm temperatures are elongating this year’s fall allergy season.

It’s an odd fall mix heading into the holiday season.

Dr. Pramod Kelkar, an allergist at Allina Health Clinics, says that when temperatures are warmer and it’s windy and wet outside, that’s going to create more mold exposure.

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