Every Minnesotan has their own tips and tricks to keep mosquitoes away, but it’s time to dispel a few ugly myths that just won’t seem to die.
It’s a sign of summer — when Minnesota’s unofficial state bird takes over our barbeques and baseball games. The mosquito can do quite a number on our skin. So why do mosquito bites itch? Good Question.
Brad from Watertown wants to know: Why are there dots on our windshields? Our friends from Abra Auto Body and Glass helped us with this one. Basically those dots are there to stop UV rays from coming in from the sun. Without the dots, UV rays could burn the adhesive that holds the windshield in place.
Police found the man at 5 a.m. on the day of the incident. Officers arrived to the scene and observed a man with nothing but boxers on who was sleeping on his stomach on the pavement. He was also covered with mosquito bites.
It’s almost the official start of summer and that means, mosquito season is already here. So, why do mosquito bites itch?