KUSA - Although fall does not officially start until Sunday, allergy sufferers may be feeling the change in the seasons.
Weeds have grown faster and stronger due to the recent heavy rains that lead to the massive flooding.
9Health reporter Dr. John Torres said, these recent rains were so intense that people who may not usually have problems with allergies this time of the year may also have symptoms.
Dr. John also stated the key to lessening any allergy symptoms is prevention.
If you know you suffer from weed allergies in the fall this may not be the best time for you. However, it is important to start treating the allergies right away.
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