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They’re baaaccckkkk. Those pesky blood-suckers that immediately appear out of nowhere when there’s a recent rainfall are making an appearance.Mosquitoes tend to come out during the summer months when everyone is outdoors - unless the summer heat sends them indoor for the A/C. The insects’ population expands after a rain since they need water to lay their eggs.Their presence has been notated due to a rain storm late Sunday night and Monday evening. More rain is predicted for today.“The weekend they were pretty much out there,” said public works director Robert Ramirez. “We spray only when mosquitoes are active, and ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

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Lamesa, TX 79331