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BRITS are being warned to brace for an invasion of sugar-crazed wasps set to swarm the end of summer.
This year’s wasp season could be one of the worst in recent memory due to the scorching summer heatwave.
The insect’s typical late-summer surge is expected to be back with a bang this year thanks to soaring temperatures and toasty conditions.
Numbers of the detested stingers fluctuate year on year as the weather can dictate their survival through the springtime.
Wasps tend to build their nests during the spring in trees, attics – and even underground.
Bad weather and heavy storms can ruin their hard work and limit the insect’s chance of surviving into the warmer months ahead.
But Britain’s sweltering temperatures combined with a severe lack of rainfall has led water companies to force a hosepipe ban on millions of households.