Colder weather makes allergies worse
Health officials are also warning people who suffer from allergies to take precaution as the temperatures fluctuate.
Doctors say it's important for those that have year-round allergies to continue taking allergy medicine.
They say even people who don't have allergies can develop a runny nose and congestion in the rapidly changing weather.
Doctors advise using an over-the-counter saline nasal spray or nasal sinus rinse if you're congested.
They also say to see a doctor if over-the-counter treatments don't work.