Pollen counts in northeast Wisconsin this season are the highest in four years.
Doctor Steve Kagen of Kagen Allergy Clinic says the rain hasn’t helped some people.
He says when it rains, the pollen count goes down but mold totals spike.
He says they’ve captured more than 14,000 pollens since March.
On average at this time of the year, that total is 10,000.
Kagen says counts could continue to be high this fall.