Where do frogs go during a storm?
Frogs are fairly lightweight. They end up in the vortex, which continues to move across the water with the high-pressure storm clouds. When a particularly powerful storm hits land, the waterspout might go with it.
Why do frogs just sit there?
They sit on rocks, patches of dirt, tree stumps, concrete paths, driveways and city streets — wherever the sun is shining. The sun, however, will dry out frogs’ skin, which needs to be moist for them to breathe, so they will also sit in shady places.