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pollen-corpus.xls - Computing Science _ The University of Aberdeen

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Date               Forecast
       6/12/2005   Grass Pollen levels on Sunday are expected to remain low at around one to two throughout the whole of S
       6/13/2005   The Grass pollen counts on Monday are expected to be very low at around one across the South and East
       6/14/2005   Grass pollen counts on Tuesday are expected to be low at around one in most places, perhaps up to two in
       6/15/2005   The grass pollen count for Wednesday remains very low over the whole of Scotland with values around on
       6/16/2005   The predicted grass pollen counts across Scotland for Thursday are still relatively low at one to three every
       6/17/2005   Grass pollen counts are expected to increase during Friday becoming medium in the northeast Grampian
       6/18/2005   With summer weather arriving at last grass pollen counts are increasing and during Saturday will be increa
       6/19/2005   The onset of summery weather is raising the levels of grass pollen counts forecast for Sunday. They are ex
       6/20/2005   Grass pollen counts for Monday are predicted to be high, up to six or seven in the area covering from the G
       6/21/2005   Grass pollen counts on Tuesday are likely to be high at around six in southeast towards Lothian. Elsewher
       6/22/2005   The Grass pollen counts for Wednesday are predicted to be five to six, that’s moderate to high in the East
       6/23/2005   The grass pollen count for Thursday is forecast to be mostly low to moderate at around three to four. Howe
       6/24/2005   The grass pollen count for Friday is forecast to be low to moderate over just about the whole of Scotland w
       6/25/2005   During Saturday the grass pollen count is expected to be at moderate levels throughout most of Scotland
       6/26/2005   The Pollen count level for Sunday is expected to be at a high to very high eight in the Central Belt. This is t
       6/27/2005   Monday looks set to bring another day of relatively high pollen counts, with values up to a very high eight in
       6/28/2005   Pollen counts remain above normal over Scotland and on Tuesday will be at Moderate to High levels throu
       6/29/2005   Pollen counts remain at the medium to high level over most of Scotland with maximum concentration at the
       6/30/2005   Despite the change in weather pollen counts remain at a high level 6 over almost the whole of Scotland the
        7/1/2005   Pollen counts are expected to remain high at level 6 over most of Scotland, and even level 7 in the south e
        7/2/2005   Grass pollen counts continue to ease from the recent high levels and Saturday will see low to medium leve
        7/3/2005   Sunday will see grass pollen counts low with windier and wetter weather in the north and northwest of Scot
        7/4/2005   Windier and wetter weather over last 24 hours has dampened down the grass pollen count from recent hig
        7/5/2005   Grass pollen counts have fallen as a result of the recent weather and tomorrow remain low at level 2 or 3 o
        7/6/2005   The Grass Pollen season is well under way and despite some patchy rain and cloud, the pollen counts for
        7/8/2005   Grass pollen counts on Thursday are expected to be around a moderate to high six through much of the E
        7/9/2005   With settled weather persisting through Saturday pollen counts are climbing into the Very High level 8 in so
       7/10/2005   The Grass pollen counts for Sunday are predicted to be high to very high at seven or eight from the East o
       7/11/2005   Pollen counts for Monday are predicted to be high to very high at around seven to eight for much of the cou
       7/12/2005   It’s not looking great for hay fever sufferers on Tuesday with pollen counts up to seven to eight, that high to
       7/13/2005   The pollen count for Wednesday is predicted to remain high at around six to seven with the highest values
       7/14/2005   On Thursday it looks as though we will have some respite from the very high pollen counts of late with valu
       7/15/2005   The Grass pollen counts for Friday are expected to be creeping upwards again to a moderate to high six. L
       7/16/2005   Grass Pollen counts for Saturday are expected to be high at around six or seven over the East and South.
       7/18/2005   The Grass pollen count looks set to be relatively high at around six to seven again on Monday; particularly
       7/19/2005   Grass Pollen counts for Tuesday are predicted to be a little lower than those of late with highest values up
       7/20/2005   Grass Pollen levels North and West of the Highlands on Wednesday are expected to be low at around two
       7/21/2005   Despite a fairly cloudy day on Thursday, grass pollen counts are likely to be moderate to high South and E
       7/22/2005   Even with partly cloudy conditions expected over Scotland on Friday pollen counts will remain at a high lev
       7/23/2005   The peak of the Scottish pollen season continues and with drier and calmer weather expected Saturday m
       7/24/2005   The cooler and cloudier weather prevailing Sunday only moderates the seasonal peak of the Scottish grass
       7/25/2005   Despite the recent cooler weather over Scotland the pollen count is at its seasonal peak and remains at mo
       7/26/2005   After several days of cooler and cloudier weather the pollen counts are now beginning to fall over Scotland
       7/27/2005   The prolonged period of high pollen counts over Scotland has come to an end and Wednesday we can exp
       7/28/2005   Pollen levels continue to diminish over Scotland so that on Thursday Sutherland and Caithness can expect
       7/29/2005   Pollen counts over Scotland now are at their lowest for some time and with relative calm but cloudy weathe
       7/30/2005   The recent slide in pollen over Scotland has come to an end for the moment with counts stabilising Saturda
       7/31/2005   Grass pollen counts for Sunday will increase only fractionally to be low level 3 in the far north of Scotland a
        8/1/2005   Grass pollen counts have decreased even further in the duller, damper weather of the weekend and for Mo
        8/2/2005   Pollen counts over Scotland are at their lowest for some considerable time and are remaining so Tuesday
        8/3/2005   Grass pollen counts for Wednesday are expected to be very low at around one for the area to the North an


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 8/4/2005   Grass pollen counts continue at low levels throughout Scotland and on Thursday should be at the lowest le
 8/5/2005   Grass pollen counts for Friday are expected to be low at around one or two for most areas of Scotland. Th
 8/6/2005   Diminished grass pollen counts continue over Scotland and Saturday are expected to be at low levels 2 or
 8/7/2005   The grass pollen count for Sunday is expected to be relatively low at around two in the Grampians, Highlan
 8/8/2005   The Grass pollen counts are now past their peak for this year and generally low. However, through the Cen
 8/9/2005   Scottish pollen counts have seasonally fallen from the uncomfortable peaks of just a couple of weeks ago
8/10/2005   Pollen counts over Scotland continue to decrease and Wednesday they should be at the comfortably low le
8/11/2005   Grass Pollen levels for Thursday are predicted to remain low to very low across much of Scotland with valu
8/12/2005   Grass Pollen levels for Friday will remain very low across just about the whole of Scotland at around on; on




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 o throughout the whole of Scotland. The Highlands, Grampian and Southeast-wards to Lothian are expected to have particularly low counts.
    across the South and East of Scotland and Low Elsewhere. The grass pollen season held temporarily at bay by the relatively cool, rather clo
  places, perhaps up to two in the Southeast, but this is still low. The low pollen counts are one of the few positive points we can thank the rela
 tland with values around one from the Northern Isles through the Highlands to Glasgow and two in the East and Southeast.
 ely low at one to three everywhere, this thanks mainly to the damp weather of late. Unusually the higher values of three are predicted to be N
  in the northeast Grampian and pushing to high round Fife and Dundee, but still remaining low in the far north and low to medium in the sout
uring Saturday will be increasing to be high through the Central Belt, and most of Grampian, but still only medium from the Northern and Wes
cast for Sunday. They are expected to reach a high six to seven over much of Scotland South and East of the Great Glen. So it looks like our
  he area covering from the Grampians, eastwards to the coast and southwards through the Central belt including Glasgow and Edinburgh. H
   towards Lothian. Elsewhere they will be a moderate to high four to five with lowest values expected in the far North and Northwest. Any sho
moderate to high in the East of Grampians and Southwards into the Central belt. From the Highlands, North and Westwards the counts will be
 t around three to four. However, counts may increase to high in the East of Grampian as this is where the driest weather and likelihood of su
 out the whole of Scotland with values ranging from four to five. However, where showery rain develops during the day this will dampen down
  roughout most of Scotland apart from central regions where levels will be low to moderate and the southwest where pollen will be approachi
  in the Central Belt. This is the highest in Scotland so far this season. Even further North values are expected to be a moderate to high five to
  es up to a very high eight in the Central Belt. Further North, levels will be a little better at a moderate to high five to six. However, even at the
 oderate to High levels throughout central and northern Scotland, at High levels in Eastern Scotland south of the Moray Firth, and pushing to
 aximum concentration at the high level in the northern regions of Sutherland and Caithness, giving no relief to sufferers.
  st the whole of Scotland the only exception being the far south of the country with a medium to high level 5, still no relief for sufferers.
d even level 7 in the south east. The only relief is in the Northern Isles and far northeast of mainland Scotland with medium levels of pollen c
  will see low to medium levels in the north and west of Scotland, medium level 4 in the centre of the country and medium to high 5 in the far s
 north and northwest of Scotland including the outer isles , but elsewhere counts will be back up to high levels 6 and in the far southeast push
 pollen count from recent highs so Monday looks more comfortable for sufferers, with low values of 2 in the north and west and only low to mo
   remain low at level 2 or 3 over the whole of Scotland except the far southeast where moderate level 5 can be expected.
 cloud, the pollen counts for Wednesday are still expected to be moderate to high in the Central Belt and Northern Isles. Elsewhere, they will b
 h six through much of the Eastern half of the country and the Northern Isles. However, to the west, they will be at a slightly more comfortable
 o the Very High level 8 in southern Scotland, with High levels in the northeast and central inland districts. In Highland Region and the far nor
ven or eight from the East of Grampian, Southwards to Lothian and throughout the Central Belt and Borders. West of the Grampians and No
   to eight for much of the country East and South of the Highlands. In the Highlands and Western Isles, values will be a little lower at five to si
o seven to eight, that high to very high. These high values are expected in the area to the South of the Great Glen. Further northwards, value
  ven with the highest values to the South and East of the Grampians. However, to the North and West pollen levels will be lower at a modera
ollen counts of late with values around three from the Highlands North and Westwards. However it will be slightly higher at a moderate five th
   to a moderate to high six. Lowest values for the day are expected towards the Western Isles but even here, reaching a moderate five.
  n over the East and South. The Highlands will have moderate values of around five in the valleys but lower on the tops. Further north and we
 ain on Monday; particularly in the East of Grampian, Southwards to Lothian and then through the Central Belt to Strathclyde. To the North an
  late with highest values up to a moderate five through East Grampian Southwards to Lothian. Elsewhere they will be low to moderate at thre
cted to be low at around two to three. However, East of the Grampians and through the Central Belt they will still be at a moderate level of aro
  derate to high South and East of the Highlands with highest values up to six through the Central Belt. Lowest pollen levels are likely to be tow
 nts will remain at a high level 6 over most of the country, only the far north benefiting from a medium to high level 5.
 ather expected Saturday most of Scotland can expect to experience high pollen counts level 6 except in the far north where moderate level 4
 al peak of the Scottish grass pollen season resulting in the bulk of the country being affected by moderate to high level 6 pollen counts and o
onal peak and remains at moderate to high level 6 over most of the country, only the Northern Isles escaping with moderate levels 4.
 ginning to fall over Scotland so Tuesday should see only low to moderate levels 3 or 4 in northern and western regions, moderate levels 5 in
 and Wednesday we can expect low to moderate levels 3 and 4 over northern districts, most of Highland Region and over the Grampians with
 d and Caithness can expect low level 3, and the rest of the country only marginally more at a low to medium level 4.
  tive calm but cloudy weather continuing levels are expected to decline further. Thus Friday most Scotland will be at a low to moderate level
 th counts stabilising Saturday at comfortably low levels of 2 or 3 over most of the country and only level 4 in the west.
 n the far north of Scotland and low to medium level 4 over the rest of the country.
 r of the weekend and for Monday will be at quite low levels 2 or 3 over most of Scotland except in Lothian and towards Borders where low to
   are remaining so Tuesday with low levels throughout the country and even down to level 2 in central and northern regions.
   for the area to the North and West of the Great Glen. To the Southeast of this through Grampian and the Central Belt values will a little high


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ay should be at the lowest level 1 in the Northern Isles. Elsewhere expect low level 2 apart from eastern districts of Grampian where counts
 most areas of Scotland. The exception will be in the East of Grampian where they will be a little higher at around three; so even here not par
cted to be at low levels 2 or 3 over the whole country.
 o in the Grampians, Highlands and Northwards to the Northern Isles. Elsewhere, they will be slightly higher at around three or possibly four.
w. However, through the Central belt they will be low to moderate at around three on Monday. Elsewhere they will be down as low as one in th
 just a couple of weeks ago and tomorrow are expected to be at the lowest level 1 in the Northern Isles, level two over the bulk of the mainlan
  be at the comfortably low levels of 1 or 2 over most of the country touching only level 3 in Borders Region
s much of Scotland with values at around one or two. With the pollen season now past its peak, all but the most sensitive Hay Fever sufferers
of Scotland at around on; only slightly higher values at around two through the Central Belt. As a result, most people can look forward to a da




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 cted to have particularly low counts.
at bay by the relatively cool, rather cloudy and showery conditions that are expected to prevail, especially in the East.
  positive points we can thank the relatively cold and showery weather for.
East and Southeast.
 values of three are predicted to be North of the Central belt.
  north and low to medium in the southwest.
  medium from the Northern and Western Isles and neighbouring mainland coastal regions
 of the Great Glen. So it looks like our sneeze free respite is over. Levels to the North and West are thankfully a little lower at a moderate four
 ncluding Glasgow and Edinburgh. However to the North and Northwest a little lower at a moderate four or five.
 he far North and Northwest. Any showers that develop will help to reduce pollen counts significantly
 rth and Westwards the counts will be moderate to low at two to three. The lowest values coincide with the cloudier conditions in the Northern
 e driest weather and likelihood of sunny spells is expected. Elsewhere, any showers will cause counts to decrease significantly.
during the day this will dampen down pollen levels considerably.
hwest where pollen will be approaching high levels.
ected to be a moderate to high five to six. It looks like the slight respite we have had in high pollen levels is over.
 high five to six. However, even at these lower levels it will probably be uncomfortable for Hay fever sufferers.
 h of the Moray Firth, and pushing to Very High Level 8 around Glasgow and the west central belt.
 lief to sufferers.
el 5, still no relief for sufferers.
 otland with medium levels of pollen count.
ntry and medium to high 5 in the far southeast .
 evels 6 and in the far southeast pushing very high at level 7.
 he north and west and only low to moderate values of 4 to 5 in central and eastern areas
can be expected.
 Northern Isles. Elsewhere, they will be moderate. Lowest counts are expected in the Northeast of Grampian where they will be held at a low
 will be at a slightly more comfortable low to moderate four.
 . In Highland Region and the far north counts will be much more comfortable at low level 3.
ders. West of the Grampians and North of the Great Glen, values are expected to be significantly lower at around two to three.
values will be a little lower at five to six but still unpleasant for Hay fever sufferers. Some respite from these higher values is expected toward
 reat Glen. Further northwards, values will be slightly lower at a moderate to high, five to six in the Western Isles and moderate, four in the fa
ollen levels will be lower at a moderate four.
 e slightly higher at a moderate five through the Central Belt and up to the Northeast of Grampian.
here, reaching a moderate five.
wer on the tops. Further north and west it will be rather cloudy and pollen levels will be generally low at around three.
al Belt to Strathclyde. To the North and West of this through the Highlands and Islands, the counts will be a little lower at a moderate four to f
 e they will be low to moderate at three to four.
  will still be at a moderate level of around five….
owest pollen levels are likely to be towards the Northern and Western Isles.

  the far north where moderate level 4 will prevail.
 te to high level 6 pollen counts and only the Northern Isles lower at moderate level 4.
 ping with moderate levels 4.
 estern regions, moderate levels 5 in a band from Argyll through to Grampian and the last of the high level 6 counts across the central belt, a
  Region and over the Grampians with moderate level 5 away from the mountains in the south, and in the central belt.

 nd will be at a low to moderate level 4 except in the west where only level 3 is expected.
 4 in the west.

 n and towards Borders where low to moderate level 4 will be reached.
 d northern regions.
he Central Belt values will a little higher at around three so really only affecting those who are very sensitive to pollen.


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  districts of Grampian where counts will touch on level 3.
 t around three; so even here not particularly high, although those sensitive to pollen may still be affected.

her at around three or possibly four. Even though values are mostly low, those sensitive to pollen may still be affected.
 they will be down as low as one in the Northern Isles and two from the Western Highlands through to Grampian.
evel two over the bulk of the mainland, only pushing level three south of the Central Belt.

he most sensitive Hay Fever sufferers look like they will get some respite.
most people can look forward to a day free of Hay Fever.




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kfully a little lower at a moderate four.


he cloudier conditions in the Northern and Western Isles.
o decrease significantly.




pian where they will be held at a low to moderate four by cloud and showery rain.


at around two to three.
 se higher values is expected towards the Northern Isles.
ern Isles and moderate, four in the far North.




e a little lower at a moderate four to five.




el 6 counts across the central belt, and further south.
 central belt.




tive to pollen.


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till be affected.




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