The recent rains have snakes slithering all across North Texas.
The problem is so bad that the city of Prosper issued a warning to watch your step.
A copperhead snake was recently spotted crawling across a jogging trail near Wilson Creek in Prosper.
Michelle Graham lives nearby and says she exercises on the trail at least four times a week.
"I'll still go to run but I'll just watch, especially on long straight stretches, because I don't want to come up on one," she said.
Prosper Parks and Recreation Director William Mitchell says a mild winter and recent wet weather is driving snakes to higher ground.
"You might see them in areas where they wouldn't normally be," he said.
The latest news from around North Texas.
NBC 5 viewers have been emailing photos of snakes outside their homes to email@example.com.
One image shows a snake stretched out by a front door in Dallas.
Another photo shows a snake slithering on a doorstep and in a backyard in Frisco.
There have also been recent sightings on a disc golf course in McKinney.
When encountering a snake, Mitchell says the best advice is to leave them alone and walk away.