BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Pollen counts should be lower Wednesday after an allergy-sufferer's worst nightmare on Tuesday.
A backdoor cold front blew in from the ocean on Tuesday, kicking up a massive and fast-moving cloud of yellow-green dust that alarmed drivers and observers on local highways.
Pine tree pollen was the main culprit. Accuweather Meteorologist Dean DeVore told WBZ NewsRadio that a sizable improvement in the pollen should come Wednesday because of showers that are set to roll through the area.
WBZ's James Rojas (@JamesRojasNews) spoke to people on the streets of Boston about the pollen situation.