The Oswego County Health Department has decided to postpone aerial spraying for mosquitoes again.
The Health Department was planning to spray the Toad Harbor and Big Bay Swamp area Thursday night but decided to hold off due to rain, wind and falling temperatures.
The Oswego County Public Health Director says spraying might not happen for a few days because of the cooler temperatures, but says aerial spraying will continue as soon as weather permits.
The Health Department is advising people to limit outdoor activities around dawn and dusk, since that is when mosquitoes are most active. People are also advised to wear long pants, long-sleeved shirts, shoes and socks when they're outdoors.