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National Weather Service Radar Detects 80 x 80 Mile Swarm of Ladybugs

The National Weather Service (NWS) picked up an unusual formation on its San Diego radar Tuesday evening: a swarm of ladybugs.  "It was very strange because it was a relatively clear day and we weren't really expecting any rain or thunderstorms," NWS San Diego meteorologist Casey Oswant told NPR. "But on our radar, we were seeing something that indicated there was something out there."  Oswant said they called a spotter near the shape's location in Wrightwood, California, who told them it was made up of ladybugs.  Read more...

 

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