Decatur - Mosquitos carrying the West Nile Virus have already been found in the state.
A mild winter is leading to health concerns this spring, mosquitoes are already creating a buzz.
People in Illinois are already worried about mosquitoes appearing so early and for good reason.
Last year there were 34 human cases of west Nile virus reported, and of those infected, three died.
19 counties had confirmed cases of the virus in people and animals.
One person in Decatur said he hasn't had a problem with them yet.
"They've been out here but they haven't been biting me at all," says Kristian Kremer.
With a warm and wet spring doctors are worried about an increase in west Nile virus possibilities.
Dr. Sujatha Reddy says,"if you develop things like a fever, a severe headache, swollen glands, it is very important to see your healthcare provider immediately because these could be signs and symptoms of more serious infection."