A MASSIVE Swarm of Lady Bugs Flew Over Southern California This Week

The radar image below is no joke

and it's no storm

A MASSIVE swarm of ladybugs flew over SoCal earlier this week

From KTLA:

Joe Dandrea, a meteorologist with NWS San Diego, said from the radar, the ladybug bloom appears to be about 80 miles by 80 miles, but the ladybugs aren’t in a concentrated mass that size. Rather, they’re spread throughout the sky, flying at between 5,000 and 9,000 feet, with the most concentrated mass about 10 miles wide.

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