The summer of 2017 is shaping up to be an especially mosquito-ridden year. A mild winter and wet spring has led to increased mosquito populations across the country. As the cold weather thaws, mosquitoes come out of hibernation, growing and thriving as the summer months progress. Mosquito season usually starts when the daytime temperatures consistently stay at 50 degrees Fahrenheit or warmer. In Utah, that’s usually right around mid-April.