It's December and you're walking around in your shorts, a t-shirt, and your flip-flops enjoying a gorgeous day. The next day, it's 33 degrees and you've brought out your North Face jacket, a scarf, jeans, and boots. Welcome to Texas! While constant weather changes are hard enough to deal with, what you may not know is that a cold front can mark the start of cedar season with drier winds shaking trees and sending waves of pollen across the area. From mid-December through February, cedar allergy sufferers can expect swelling of the eyes, incessant sneezing, and a runny nose. What can you do to relieve some of these symptoms? Come in and see Dr. Paull and his allergy team!