Allergy sufferers may be getting a little bit of a break so far this season. Dr. Anthony Montanaro with OHSU says they are still seeing patients, but the cool, wet spring is allowing for some relief from the typical tree allergies this time of year. But he says one or two dry days can kick up the pollen. Getting some medication, whether it be prescribed or over the counter is the easiest way to help control the symptoms. And he warns grass season, the worst in this part of the country, will start in the next couple of weeks.