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Weeds, wildflowers and West Nile could flourish after DFW's warm winter
Mar 3, 2017 - Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

Baseballs and bugs are flying, tree branches are budding and yards are turning from brown to green.

Spring has arrived early in North Texas, and while signs of a new season are abundant, questions about what the unusually warm winter will bring remain.

Here are five things to keep in mind:

An invasion of bugs

Insects are already buzzing about, which doesn't bode well for the next few months.

"One of biggest problems we're going to see is the insect issue," said St

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