Experts: Cooler spring could mean less mosquitoes

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It's been an unusually cold and wet spring this year, but it turns out there could be a bright side to those low temperatures.

Experts said the colder weather could lead to fewer mosquitoes this summer.

They said the mosquitoes were getting ready to start buzzing a few weeks ago but the most recent cold snap meant many of them died off.

Of course, that doesn't mean they'll be gone altogether.

Health officials said it is still important to wear bug spray as the summer approaches.