NYC Underwater: The Day Nature Rewrote the Record Books
September 29th, 2023, will be etched in New York City’s history as the day the skies opened with an unparalleled ferocity. The deluge was so intense that JFK Airport recorded its highest 24-hour rainfall since 1948, with an astonishing 8 inches pouring down.
Brooklyn faced nature’s fury head-on, as three hours of ceaseless rain equaled an entire month’s average downpour. Witness water roaring into basements, stranded vehicles, and impassable roads that brought the Big Apple to a standstill.
This video dives deep into the heart of the devastation, spotlighting the worst affected regions like Brooklyn and Long Island. From shattered rainfall records to streets that became rivers, experience the magnitude of NYC’s epic flood crisis. For more unforgettable insights and updates from this storm’s aftermath, subscribe now.
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