Turns out cicadas quiet down when it's raining

Did you notice things have been a little quieter this week? If so, you’re not imagining things. Cicadas tend to tone down their singing when it rains, according to Cincinnati-based entomologist and nationally recognized cicada expert Gene Kristky.

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