An unusual image showed up on the National Weather Service's radar in Southern California on Tuesday. The Los Angeles Times reports a huge blob that at first glance looked like a rain cloud actually turned out to be a giant swarm of ladybugs. After Joe Dandrea, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service San Diego, spotted the blob on the radar, he contacted a "spotter" in the San Bernadino Mountains to find out what they were seeing. The ladybug bloom was about 80 miles by 80 miles. They were spread throughout the sky from 5,000-9,000 feet high, and the most concentrated mass was approximately 10 miles wide. "I don't think they're dense like a cloud," Dandrea said. "The observer there said you could see little specks flying by." Some ladybugs are known to migrate near the area this time of year.