Weather Affects Mosquito Behavior

Author: Mosquito Squad

Morning again. The sun rises, the birds chirp, and you start to sweat immediately.

It is definitely summer.

Record highs will be threatened throughout the southern Plains, especially in Houston and New Orleans, as reported by USA Today. A cold front moving from the central Plains will bring thunderstorms into the Midwest. Along with plenty of lightning, people in those areas can expect plenty of mosquitoes.

Kinda brings new meaning to “When it rains, it pours,” right?

Mosquitoes thrive in wet, humid weather. They usually lay their eggs in water, so standing water after a storm provides the perfect breeding ground for them.

A proven way to eliminate the threat is Mosquito Squad. Even if you live on a lake, the barrier sprays or automatic misting systems can protect your property from multiplying mosquitoes. Plus, it’s less toxic than those personal bug sprays, so you know you and your family will be safe.