As temperatures keep on rising across the region so have the number of people being bitten by insects.
Experts say the weather we're experiencing at the moment is the "perfect Storm" for insects such as mosquitos to breed.
It's all down to the mix of heat and the damp conditions left with us from the recent thunderstorms and downpours.
Entomologist Steven Falk from the Peterborough based says:
Experts are warning we could see an increase in the numbers of biting insects as the warm weather continues.
Dr James Logan of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical medicine said:
But these insects do have an important role to play. They are a huge source of food for birds, bats and frogs and without them, we would simply see less of these creatures in our countryside.