Warm Winter Could Cause an Early Mosquito Season in Georgia

Sunday, February 12th, 2012

The unseasonably warm temperatures this winter could cause certain insects, like mosquitoes, to come out earlier than normal this year.

As long as the temperatures are below 40 degrees most insects won't grow and spawn, according to Paul Guillebeau, professor of entomology at the University of Georgia.

But with high temperatures expected to be in the 40s this weekend, entomologists say we'll likely see insects emerging soon.

Read More: Gainesville Times

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