Twenty million bats on radar

Accuweather meteorologist Jesse Ferrell has a neat series of augmented radar-capture pix, plus a radar video from the NEXRAD of the Austin-San Antonio weather service office in New Braunfels, showing a cloud of bats exiting Bracken Cave, southwest of Austin. Even if some of them are radar echoes clutter (also called radar bloom), the cloud is pretty impressive.

0 responses to “Twenty million bats on radar

  1. Hope for your sake they don’t decide to go homicidal.

  2. In that case, I’ll just stay inside at night. They don’t like to fly in the daytime.