SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Cali. — Nope, that's not rain on the radar over San Diego County, California on Tuesday.
It's actually a swarm of ladybugs!
You heard that right.
So many ladybugs are flying around the area -- it was picked up on the National Weather Service's radar.
The "Bloom" as it is called measured about 80 miles wide!
While the prospect of seeing a massive collection of bugs flying around might seem terrifying -- experts say many people on the ground may not have noticed anything different.
The concentration ladybugs was spread out over different elevations -- as they searched of food.
Something typical for this time of year.
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