|Updated: 9/19 1:48 pm
||Published: 9/19 1:47 pm
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America released a list of the worst cities for fall allergies and Tulsa is in the top 15.
AAFA said this fall could be a perfect storm for allergy sufferers, as weather conditions boost ragweed levels, and fall storms and tornadoes disperse allergens and outdoor mold.
The report ranks the most challenging places to live with allergies this fall in the United States. The rankings are based on pollen levels, use of over-the-counter and prescription allergy medication, and the number of Board Certified allergists in each city.