Officials with the state's health department told us much of the rain from Isaac soaked into the soil very quickly.
Of course standing, stagnant water is where mosquitoes breed, so experts warn to make sure you don't have places like that around your home.
Some of the major culprits are flower pots, old pools, even children's play ground equipment.
Of course an increased mosquito population becomes an issue when considering two people have already died in Arkansas from the west nile virus which is transmitted by mosquitoes.
So they warn to take the steps to prevent these breeding areas.
"Easiest thing is to dump containers," said Dr. Carl Stapleton. "Don't leave standing water in containers after isaac related rainfall if containers got filled up you find tree debris gets in it other material, mosquitos start breeding."
Somewhere else around the home mosquitoes see as an opportunity to breed are those clogged gutters so Dr. Stapleton said to make sure those are cleaned out too.