Ragweed is in the air, leaving folks with itchy eyes and runny noses.
Ragweed is in the air, leaving folks with itchy eyes and runny noses. MAX FAULKNER Star-Telegram archives
Ragweed is in the air, leaving folks with itchy eyes and runny noses. MAX FAULKNER Star-Telegram archives

The bad news: Ragweed is raging in North Texas. There is no good news

September 15, 2017 08:31 AM

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