Today's Grass Pollen Forecast for Melbourne
Monday, November 18, 2019
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Yesterday's Grass Pollen Count was Extreme
Data provided by University of Melbourne.
Today's Grass Pollen Forecast for Melbourne
Monday, November 18, 2019
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Data provided by University of Melbourne.
Melbourne Grass Pollen Forecast
Monday
November 18, 2019
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Tuesday
November 19, 2019
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Wednesday
November 20, 2019
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Thursday
November 21, 2019
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Friday
November 22, 2019
High
Saturday
November 23, 2019
High
Victorian District Grass Pollen Forecast
Victorian District Pollen Forecast Map
Last updated: Monday, November 18, 2019 08:15 AM
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Thunderstorm Asthma Forecast
The epidemic thunderstorm asthma forecast combines the Bureau of Meteorology's forecast of a certain type of thunderstorm and the grass pollen forecast in each of the state's districts. More information about the forecast can here.
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Thunderstorm Asthma Forecast Maps
Note: The above epidemic thunderstorm asthma forecast information was provided by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services and the Bureau of Meteorology. For more information pertaining to these forecasts visit this website.
Last updated: Monday, November 18, 2019 02:00 PM

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