High amounts of grass pollen will trigger symptoms in sufferers during warm, sunny days. Main grass season starts early June. Various fungal spores are on the increase, including Cladsporium.
More than 100 homes were flooded after half a month's worth of rainfall fell in just half an hour on Sunday.Read the full story ›
Staff said water was "ankle-deep" in places with the emergency department and IT server room among the worst hit areas.Read the full story ›
Passengers are facing more disruption at Stansted Airport as severe storms hit the East.
The weather means that air traffic control restrictions have been put in place. The airport said this may lead to flights being disrupted.
They've urged people to check the latest status of their flight with their airline before travelling to the airport.
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It comes after a miserable bank holiday weekend for the airport.
A lightning strike knocked out the aircraft fuelling system, leading to cancellations and delays.
More than 70 homes and businesses have been destroyed after the town was badly hit by heavy rain overnight.Read the full story ›
A rather cloudy morning, turning very warm and perhaps triggering isolated thunderstorms across Essex and Suffolk later.Read the full story ›
A few heavy, thundery showers may continue to affect the west, but mainly dry and fine in the east with some late sunshine before dusk.Read the full story ›
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning of rain for Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk saying homes and businesses may be at risk of flooding.
They have warned lightning strikes, hail or strong winds could potentially damage buildings and heavy rain could lead to difficult driving conditions or road closures.
There is also the chance of power cuts or other service outages to properties across the region.
The weather forecaster has said further thunderstorms may form on Monday afternoon.