Warmer, humid weather doesn't just bring outdoor fun - it can bring mosquitos. These insects thrive in wet, hot climates, and it's not just the current forecast that brings them out. The location's weather patterns over the past several months can determine how many mosquitoes emerge.
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When spending time outdoors, wear long-sleeved shirts and pants to prevent bites, and consider an EPA-registered repellent. Replace your outdoor lights with yellow bug lights, which can help attract less insects. Eliminate standing water on your property where mosquitoes can breed.
- Wear long-sleeved shirts and pants to keep prevent bites
- Use EPA-registered repellents when spending time outdoors
- Replace outdoor lights with yellow bug lights to attract fewer bugs
- Eliminate standing water in rain gutters, buckets, and in tires where pests can breed