Sometimes a little can cause a lot of problems: March’s unseasonably warm weather created a burst of pollen that brought this year’s allergy season weeks earlier than usual, and the worst may be yet to come. Pollen counts have been high, but several areas across the United States haven’t peaked yet. Pollen was so bad last week in Moscow that the sky turned GREEN.
Just as in the US, a sudden rise in temperature there led to a massive blooming of birch trees, sending layers of yellow-green dust onto roads, windows and cars. This was especially disturbing to Russians because pollen cloud occurred on the 26th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster in 1986. It set off rumors that an explosion occurred in a chemical factory.
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