While observing a Southern California radar at the US Meteorological Administration, a sudden strange unidentified mass of glaciers confirmed that the west coast slowly drifted northwards. It was not a rain cloud, but a huge mass of objects, about 130 kilometers across, was moving toward San Diego.
However, the massive mass that was spreading all over this 130km was actually a flock of ladybirds that stood between 1.5km and 3km above the ground. The center, which is dense at 16 km, may have seemed to be flying a collection of black spots on the ground when people saw it.
Ladybirds say they have been doing the South for breeding, feeding, and spawning in the Sierra Nevada mountains every year in the spring. For more information, please click here .
The @NWSSanDiego reports that the large echo showing up on radar in Southern California last night was actually a cloud of ladybugs about 80 miles by 80 miles in size flying at between 5,000 and 9,000 feet: https://t.co/0tZQryBR1v pic. twitter.com/qiMKcDd3Pe
– Shah Selbe (@shahselbe) June 5, 2019