High humidity levels and low wind speeds will be bringing not only warmer temperatures to Rhode Island, but also mosquitoes for the 4th of July weekend.

Newport County and the majority of the state will see temperatures climbing throughout the remainder of the work week, with a high of 79 on Friday. Saturday will see the highest temperatures of the weekend at 84 degrees. We will be experiencing a gorgeous 4th of July this year with partly sunny skies and temperatures hovering around 82 degrees.

Humid Temperatures Means Mosquitoes

Expect not only your friends and family to arrive at your outdoor party this weekend, but also plenty of mosquitoes. July is the peak time of year for mosquito populations in Rhode Island due to high humidity levels, sunny skies and the occasional summer storms which bring moisture to the area. It’s important to prepare your yard for the onslaught.

Mosquito Terminators urges residents who are planning outdoor BBQs and pool parties this weekend to contact them regarding spraying the perimeter of their property. The natural yet effective spray will significantly reduce the number of mosquitoes and is effective against both adult mosquitoes, larvae, and their eggs.

Leave the fruit bowl and the pool water strictly to your guests this year — not the mosquitoes — and contact Mosquito Terminators of Newport today for a free estimate!