Even though it's been warm these past few days, swarms of ladybugs have been spotted in NJ and Staten Island, apparently in search of warmth! The Advance reports that SI extermintator Richard Pascone "received at least 30 from anxious customers this week, including one at midnight from a homeowner willing to pay any price 'if you come right now.'" Pascone explained, "They’re trying to get in for the winter. They’re trying to hit the warmest side of the house, finding the first crack or crevice to survive for next year. They’re outside bugs trying to survive like everybody else." Things to know: Ladybugs are predators (and eat pests) and don't damage structures.