The pollen concentrations are low at present, with very low scores for trees and grasses. Sporadic weed pollen is in the air (Chenopod (goosefoot) Parietaria (Pellitory-of-the -wall), Myrica (waxberry and Asteraceae (possibly daisy). Fungal spore concentrations are changeable as heavy rain washes all spores from the atmosphere, followed by moderate temperatures which favours spore proliferation. This pattern is likely to continue, with spikes for fungal spores. Cupressaceae (cypress tree) is appearing and will gradually increase over the next two months.