If you’ve been wondering where Winter is, you aren’t the only one. The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) recently released their bi-annual Vector Sectors list and the results show unusual pest trends in the ten cities identified.

Among those in the top 10 is Charlotte, N.C. According to the NPMA, due to an abnormally warm winter, Charlotte will likely see an increase in the presence of ticks and cockroaches for the remainder of the winter and into spring.

From the release, here is their take on the pending increased pest pressure for Charlotte:

Charlotte: With warm and rainy conditions throughout most of fall and winter, cockroach and tick activity could increase on unseasonably warm days.

Click here to read the full release.