Swarms of Mosquitoes Could Be Soon Buzzing in Minnesota

Swarms of Mosquitoes Could Be Soon Buzzing in Minnesota Photo: KSTP/File

June 22, 2018 01:54 PM

Swarms of mosquitoes will soon be buzzing in Minnesota after recent bouts of rain.

Mosquitoes typically emerge in the early summer when their eggs become submerged in water, causing them to start hatching. The Metropolitan Mosquito Control District says it expects mosquitoes will be swarming in the coming days as the larvae transform into adults.

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