From The Sacramento Bee
March 21, 2019
Recent weather patterns in Sacramento may lead to more mosquito activity than usual to start the spring, the region’s mosquito control district said.
Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito and Vector Control District warned in a news release this month that recent weather conditions have brought about an increase of mosquitoes, which hibernate in the winter.
“Dry sunny days coupled with stagnant water left behind from significant rain this winter make the perfect combination for mosquitoes to breed,” the district explained.