New Orleans Termite Swarms Picked up on Weather Radar

New Orleans Termite Swarms Picked up on Weather Radar

The National Weather Service reported the unusual appearance of insect swarms across the city's North Shore and South Shore on May 29.

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June 8, 2016

The National Weather Service reported the unusual appearance of insect swarms across the city's North Shore and south shore on May 29, NOLA.com reported.
 
Meteorologists noticed the activity earlier this evening and "are pretty sure" it represents insect swarms based on the time of the day that it occurred, meteorologist Alek Krautmann told NOLA. He said the radar usually shows signatures of bird flocks taking off over some of the major wetland areas around the south shore during sunrise.
 
Meteorologists noticed shortly after Sunday's night sunset, however, features on the radar were similar to bird flocks, but broader and less defined.
 
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Source: NOLA.com