The lapping shores of Lake Erie are a big bug hot spot, and this week it seems that dragonflies have taken over, even showing up on Cleveland-area Doppler radar (as these types of swarms are wont to do).
This year already the Cleveland area has been inundated with midges
, and now it's dragonfly time. Thankfully, the flying insects are not harmful to humans.
Yesterday, swarms of the bugs were seen
annoying people trying to cool off from the end-of-summer temperatures by the beach in Rocky River. It remains unclear how long the dragonflies will stick around.
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