- For the past several months a so-called “atmospheric river” over the Pacific River as brought massive moisture ashore in California – resulting in deadly river flooding, pier-splintering surf and other property damage and record snow fall in higher elevations such as Mammoths Lakes.
- And now, the recent storms that swept down into Southern California is expected to result in an increase in the mosquito populations, experts say.
- The increased rainfall has created more stagnant water, which is a breeding ground for mosquitoes, according to the California Department of Public Health.
- Los Angeles County officials expect the amount of insects to skyrocket.
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