Are you sneezing? That's likely to be an allergy to tree pollen. A long, wet winter, and later spring, equals misery for Minnesotan allergy sufferers. The amount of precipitation we've received means the trees have lots of water to make pollen. And the late spring means that for the trees, there's no time to waste. Added together, it means that allergy season is probably going to be particularly intense.
The tree allergy season is predicted to last about another three weeks, and nasal sprays are one of the more effective remedies for allergies. And after that? Look forward to grass and ragweed, which cause allergies all summer long.