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The Met Office has warned that the UK can expect 'very high' pollen counts over the next few days - which is bad news for hay fever sufferers.

According to the latest forecast the pollen count is expected to be very high - the highest level it can be - until at least next Tuesday.

The very high pollen count is being caused by grass and weed pollen. A Met Office spokesperson said: "The fine, dry weather that we’re expecting for much of the country late in the weekend and into the start of next week is allowing pollen levels to reach Very High levels in our forecast, with grass pollen the main culprit. READ MORE: Met Office issue warning as 'pollen bomb' hits UK causing misery for hay fever sufferers “At this time of year, periods of warm and dry weather means that grass pollen can be released quite easily and cause some impacts for those who suffer with hay fever.

The main advice during periods with Very High pollen levels is to avoid the pollen if you can, which can include changing clothes once you come inside, avoiding drying clothes outside and driving with windows closed where possible. “Warm and dry conditions are likely to continue into the middle of next week, before more unsettled conditions could provide some relief from the Very High pollen levels for many.” However high pollen counts can cause issues for people who suffer from hay fever - especially at night time when trying to get to sleep.

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