AUSTIN (KXAN) – Central Texas is notorious for its allergies, with Austin and San Antonio making the list for being two of the cities with the worst allergies in the nation. It seems nearly everyone in the area is allergic to something at some time of the year.

Allergies, however, are not just seasonal. They can change with the weather.

In this First Warning Weather University lesson, Chief Meteorologist David Yeomans takes a closer look at how local conditions can impact you.

In this FWWU video you will learn:

  • Why do cedar allergies spike in the winter?
  • What weather to look out for if you are allergic to trees?
  • When can you expect mold and dust mite allergies to get worse?