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Sure, there's been an uptick in mosquitoes this week, but really it's not so bad, not when you look at the peak weekly average trap counts for the last three decades. Here are the five best and worst skeeter summers since 1982.

Year Peak weekly average trap count

1993926

1991781

1984399

1990259

1982239

199535

198734

201226

198823

201119

OR WE CAN GO THIS WAY

Year Peak weekly average trap counts

1982239

1983223

1984399

198557

1986115

198734

198823

1989119

1990259

1991781

199248

1993926

1994236

199535

1996158

1997126

1998231

1999280

2000217

2001300

2002251

200391

2004126

2005264

200658

200758

2008118

200995

201091

201119

201226

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition June 22, 2013 ??65533

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