OH NO!

The Midwestern states, including Michigan, are about to be invaded by the worst thing ever!

There is no exaggeration here!

Are you ready for the insect invasion? It will be the loudest spring and summer we have seen in years!

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What ‘Screaming’ Bug Is Back?

Cicadas are back! NOOOOOOO!

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After 13 years, Brood XIX is back! Cicadas are set to come earthside in the spring of this year in 14 states across the Southeast and Midwest.

What are Brood XIX cicadas?

Brood 19 (XIX) is supposed to show up in mid-May and last until late June in the following states:

  • Alabama.
  • Arkansas.
  • Georgia.
  • Illinois.
  • Indiana.
  • Kentucky.
  • Louisiana.
  • Mississippi.
  • Missouri.
  • North Carolina.
  • Oklahoma.
  • South Carolina.
  • Tennessee.
  • Virginia.

What are Brood XIII cicadas?

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Cicada Mania also shared that the 17-year Brood XIII will also be happening in five Midwest states as well.

These cicadas are supposed to pop up in the following states:

  • Illinois.
  • Indiana.
  • Iowa.
  • Wisconsin.

This is the first time in 221 years that this double cicada emergence has happened.

Science Alert says that this will not happen again until 2245. Thank goodness!

Cicadas Return To Midwest
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Will Cicadas Be Invading Michigan?

According to USA Today, cicadas just might be invading your yard soon.

"The brood may also appear in Michigan, Cicada Mania says. Like Brood XIX, they will begin to emerge when the soil 8 inches underground reaches 64 degrees, and are often triggered by a warm rain."

Yikes! We might be experiencing these creepy and LOUD insects during the spring and early summer.

Are you ready for the invasion?

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