Cicadas could swarm the East Coast starting next month

Experts say the East Coast will be swarmed with cicadas when the bug-eyed insects emerge from underground in May. As many as 1 billion of

Experts say the East Coast should expect as

Experts say the East Coast should expect as many as 1 billion of the noisy bugs per square mile. (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

WOODBURY - Experts say the East Coast will be swarmed with cicadas when the bug-eyed insects emerge from underground in May.

As many as 1 billion of the noisy bugs are expected per square mile along the East Coast.

Experts have told Newsday that Long Island should not see too many of them.

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