Wondering why there have been so many ladybugs flying around the past few days? WBZ has the answer:
An expert told WBZ the bugs may sense that winter is coming. Because it was warm Tuesday, they were looking for a place, such as a home, to spend the winter.
WBZ Executive Weather Producer Terry Eliasen said the influx of ladybugs happens any year that there are a bunch of really cold fall days, followed by a warm-up.
It’s a bit annoying when they find their way inside the house, but I think it’s magical to see so many ladybugs flying around outside. My toddler agrees.
What about you? Feeling inundated? I once heard that ladybugs are attracted to white and lighter-colored homes. Has anyone found that to be true?