Although wind and rain can reduce the amount of pollen in the air, brief periods of warm temperatures can bring the pollen right back. With the return of the pollen, people often experience allergy symptoms such as coughing, nasal congestion, and itchy eyes. Dr. Marwan Obid of the Obid Allergy, Respiratory & Internal Medicine Center says he has seen and increase in patient visit but there ways people can avoid allergy symptoms. "Frequent washing of the nose and face can cut down on allergy symptoms," Obid said. For more information on the Obid Allergy, Respiratory & Internal Medicine Center click on the link below.