After ravaging Lousiana earlier this week, Hurricane Ida traveled to the northeast, making its way to the Tri-state area.
The storm made landfall over New York City on Wednesday and caused historic flooding in the area.
Here’s a look at catastrophe across New York City:
A subway station in New York City has become a waterfall pic.twitter.com/XiWk1AMsyh— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) September 2, 2021
Rainfall from tropical storm Ida gushing into the New York City subway pic.twitter.com/7wBH5qtM1U— David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) September 2, 2021
This is Staten Island, New York City pic.twitter.com/3w20jZ5Jib— David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) September 2, 2021
This is north of NYC, Central Park Av in Scarsdale#NYCFlooding #NewJersey #flooding— Chaudhary Parvez (@ChaudharyParvez) September 2, 2021
#NY #NYC #NewYorkCity #Ida #HurricaneIda #NJwx #flashflooding #Emergency #tornadowarnings pic.twitter.com/CUa5RXGyXo
ALERT 🚨 Vehicles literally floating in flood water in Queens, New York City pic.twitter.com/Xd99tYWrE0— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) September 2, 2021
WATCH 🚨 Helpless residents standing, walking in knee-high flood water in an apartment building that was flooded in Woodside, Queens, New York City. pic.twitter.com/rDmLq49yTG— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) September 2, 2021