We've seen a ton of weird things show up on the weather radar, and most of them have to do with the weather guy drawing a wang while trying to describe the direction the weather front was heading. This is different. It happened in Southern California as a swarm of ladybugs was so big it made it look like a giant rain cloud. Have you ever heard of a swarm of ladybugs so massive that it is showing up on National Weather Service radar and appears to be the size of a small storm? This is a new one on us! The National Weather Service San Diego shared a radar map of the strange phenomenon that occurs every year in places like Wrightwood, California.