A Swarm Of Ladybugs Flying Over SoCal Was So Big It Showed Up On Radar

A swarm of ladybugs in Southern California was so big it showed up on radar maps!

The National Weather Service confirmed that a large blob on their radar screen was not a raincloud but a "bloom" of ladybugs, stretching 10 miles wide and 15 miles long.

Experts say it's an annual event where ladybugs migrate to higher elevations to feed and mate.  

What would you do if you found yourself in the middle of a ladybug swarm? 

JoJo Wright

JoJo Wright

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