But there are ways to help with the itchy, watery eyes, and the sniffles and sneezes.
Allergists with the Oregon Allergy Associates say besides using over-the-counter medications, you can use saline nasal sprays to clean the pollen out of your eyes and nose. The best tip is to get away from the pollen; try heading to the coast or the mountains.
“Avoidance is one of the options, and the way we can avoid it is to get out of the Valley,” said allergist Dr. Kraig Jacobson.
These high grass pollen counts are expected to stick around until the Fourth of July. Although rainy weather could clear the air and provide a little relief.