By MyFM's Rick Michaels - The Massachusetts Department of Public Health and the Department of Agriculture Resources says additional aerial spraying for mosquitoes is underway, in areas of the state at critical and high risk for the Triple “E” virus. Above average evening temperatures this week are likely to permit the applications in parts of Worcester, Middlesex and Norfolk counties, which officials are hoping to continue into next week. Every community in the MyFM listening area is scheduled to be fully sprayed over the next week, while those communities are continuing truck mounted ground spraying for mosquitoes, to reduce the numbers of infected adult mosquitoes. At this time all communities in the MyFM listening area is at the critical list level, except for Medway and Blackstone, listed at high risk and Franklin at a moderate risk at this time. State and town officials continuing to urge residents to take personal precautions to prevent mosquito bites.