This week’s rain and humidity could mean faster breeding for mosquitoes. “If we get rain, the rain where the water sticks around, laying in tire ruts and things of that nature and then with the extreme heat after, they come off pretty prevalent,” Marcus Snyder, a Cumberland county public health technician, explained. “They” meaning mosquitoes, the small insects that always seems to find your arms and legs this time of year.
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