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That's not a storm over Las Vegas. It's a grasshopper invasion.

Radar footage from the National Weather Service shows two masses: a rainstorm north of Las Vegas and a host of living organisms above the city, Weather Service meteorologist Clay Morgan told The Washington Post. Birds, bats and bugs can all register as biological material on the radar, the Weather Service said in a … The area has seen more rain in six months than the roughly 4.2 inches it typically gets in a year. The pallid-winged grasshoppers, common in the desert, aren't dangerous: They don't bite or carry …Read more


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