It's still quite windy outside, but now that Pat Keirnan has said it out loud, we think we can all agree that the brunt of Hurricane Irene has past. But no weather phenomenon is really done until there's a timelapse video to commemorate it—and there's certainly no shortage of ones for Hurricane Irene. So below, check out a couple of the best ones. Warning: rainy lenses ahead.

This is probably the cleanest one (and it's in HD!). It was taken Saturday from 5 p.m. till 1 a.m. Sunday. The view is from the Upper West Side towards Central Park:

Reader Daniel Grinkevich sent us the video below, which he made between 1 p.m. Saturday and 7:30 a.m. Sunday. One picture was taken every minute, every three seconds is an hour, and the camera is facing "north" towards lower Manhattan:

Here's AP's video, which is also a tour of the abandoned streets of the city early this morning. But ooh, looks how fast those cops are going!

Lastly, if you want to make a bowl of popcorn, this is probably the longest—taken over 28 hours—of all the videos we saw, focused on Central Park: