A dog sniffs at a puddle covered with a layer of yellow pine pollen on Hilton Head Island's South Forest Beach on Thursday. The pollen, a harbinger of spring, has already been appearing in the air and gathering in puddles and on automobiles throughout the Lowcountry.
A dog sniffs at a puddle covered with a layer of yellow pine pollen on Hilton Head Island's South Forest Beach on Thursday. The pollen, a harbinger of spring, has already been appearing in the air and gathering in puddles and on automobiles throughout the Lowcountry. Jay Karr, Staff photo
A dog sniffs at a puddle covered with a layer of yellow pine pollen on Hilton Head Island's South Forest Beach on Thursday. The pollen, a harbinger of spring, has already been appearing in the air and gathering in puddles and on automobiles throughout the Lowcountry. Jay Karr, Staff photo

PHOTO: Pollen covers Hilton Head beaches, cars during winter warm snap

January 18, 2013 08:34 PM

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