The Jacksonville area has a very unique allergen profile. Specific allergens encompass not only allergens native to Florida but also several allergens that are prevalent along the east coast. Due to the high humidity, mold spores and dust mites are very common allergens.
Unlike other areas of the country, Jacksonville’s pollen “season” is essentially all year long due to the temperate climate. While tree pollens are mainly seasonal, typically February to May, other allergens such as grass and weed pollen are often present throughout the entire year.
For more information on daily and weekly pollen counts visit some of the following sites:
National Allergy Bureau