henarar, Here's one for you, and it is not a wind-up. When it turned hotter a couple of weeks back we noticed a few frogs close to the house, and some on the shady-side window ledges. We then had the odd one on the doorsteps and climbing the door frames. One attempted to get in the house when I shifted it off the steps. The building that contains the living accommodation is an enormous split-level structure, cellar, olive bins, cheese room, slaughterhouse on the ground floor at the back with the living accomoodation above that floor and at ground level at the front, so we are a fair bit above the river.
In the last week we have had a couple in the house, and last night one decided to have a too close inspection of the electronic fly zapper. Now they used to say in Australia to expect floods when the turtles were making for higher ground, but frogs taking refuge about 40 feet above the river just seems a wee bit extreme. Or are we going to get some of your weather?