What's the Pollen Count in Hull Today?
Check the pollen count levels today in Hull with Your Pollen Pal tracker. Enter your postcode to find live pollen count details north of the Humber Bridge.
Pollen Forecast for Hull
View the live pollen count in Hull and get a forecast for the coming days to help you prepare for grass, tree and weed pollen. Whether you’re planning a picnic in East Park or heading to the golf clubs close to the BBL Nature Reserve, it’s good to check Hull’s pollen before you head out.
Pollen Hotspots in Hull
When it comes to pollen count, Hull is not a monolith – different areas of the 2017 City of Culture have different pollen levels.
Graph shows mean pollen grains per metre cube in Hull
In Hull’s many parks, grass, tree and weed pollen counts are likely to be more intense at key times of year. If you’re heading to Pearson Park, Pickering Park, East Park or Humber Bridge Country Park, you might find counts are higher than elsewhere. Hull’s fringes are specked with golf courses where the same is true.
Pollen counts are generally lower close to the coast, because moist sea winds blow allergens away. This means you may find the effects of pollen aren’t so impactful east of Hull.
In wild zones, including those close to the Humber, greater biodiversity could lead to the presence of more pollen types. Monitor pollen counts in Hull to get an overview, but keep in mind that conditions may vary.
Hay Fever Friendly Activities in Hull
When you’re allergic to tree, grass or weed pollen – or even a mixture – a rise in Hull’s pollen count can make it harder to enjoy activities. Peak pollen seasons strike from late March to September, making summer a little itchier if you have allergies.
Graph shows pollen grains per metre cube by month for each main type in Hull
Still, there are activities you can enjoy in Hull even through times when the pollen count is high and
hay fever symptoms are active.
You could try the following activities when pollen levels are high in Hull:
When pollen counts are high, football in the park or a quick round of golf could aggravate your hay fever symptoms but there’s plenty to do indoors.
- Hull Ice Arena
- Rock Up Hull
- TeamSport Indoor Karting
Art and culture
While some outdoor aspects of Hull’s popular Freedom Festival may be off the cards, there are plenty of ways to explore the city’s creative scene away from pollen.
- Humber Street Gallery
- Ferens Art Gallery
- Hull and East Riding Museum
Need a breath of fresh air? You could head to one of the many beaches near Hull to benefit from the crisp sea breeze and lower pollen count.