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Generally speaking cities, especially on the East Coast, are trying to control population of pest insects, like mosquitoes, wasps, ticks and the like for the concern about blood and other diseases: http://doh.dc.gov/release/dc-department-health-urges-residents-take-caution-against-mosquito-bites https://www.alexandriava.gov/MosquitoControl Just to ...


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It's very likely that there will be mosquitos and other insects (gnats, no-see-ums, etc.) in D.C. in late June. You may want to bring insect repellant with you, depending on your sensitivity to insects and your planned activities. Obviously, the more time outside, the more exposure. Gnats and similar insects are prevalent during the day, especially in ...


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Daytime temperatures are around 10-20°C which seems good for hiking (up to 23°C in Tetovo). Nighttime temperatures can drop down to 0-5°C. You could get some rain and thunderstorms during a day but also few sunny days in a row... If you go hiking for a week in April/May, you are pretty likely to get 1 to 3 days with some rain. Temperatures source : ...


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The NOAA has some month-by-month hurricane incidence maps on their website. They're only meant to be qualitative, but they can give you a sense of what you're up against: From this we see: The ABC islands, along with Trinidad & Tobago, are less commonly affected by hurricanes than most of the rest of the Caribbean. All of these islands are ...



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