Listen: Ladybug swarm so large it registers on radar in Southern California
"A huge blob that appeared on the national weather service's radar was not a rain cloud after all meteorologist, Joe dander explains. It was a massive swarm of ladybugs over southern California. He said the array of bugs appeared to be about eighty miles wide as it flew over San Diego on Tuesday. He told the Los Angeles Times the lady bugs were spread throughout the sky flying at between five thousand and nine thousand feet"