In Switzerland there is an increasing awareness for the expansion of invasive foreign mosquitoes species, such as Aedes Albopictus also known as Asian tiger mosquito, because of their ability to transmit arboviruses (e.g. dengue, chikungunya). These species' prolification are particularly dependent on some environmental parameters such as temperature and rain patterns. In literature there are many studies that analyzed the potential of the proliferation in function of the temperature and they showed an increasing egg mortality when temperatures are below 2° Celsius for a sufficient period of time. Although the Ae. Albopictus can potentially reach the North of the Alps exploiting the traffic crossing the country, according to predictions based on climate driven large-scale model it can proliferate in part of the Swiss Plateau and in the area of the Lake Geneva while other areas, such as Zurich and Basel, seems currently to have too cold winter seasons for the survival of the eggs. However, the increasing of the temperatures due to the climate change, the presence of urban heats and of particular micro-habitats can favor the survival of the disposed eggs.