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Two maps can tell the story of a street in Hollis.
The heaviest rain could arrive at 6 p.m. this evening and last through the overnight hours.
The fast-moving storm is expected to arrive shortly after 6 p.m. on Wednesday, picking up intensity throughout the evening, before tapering off by morning.
Tens of thousands of people had to evacuate the Great Lawn on Saturday night, as chaos took over momentarily and Mayor de Blasio announced the big Homecoming Concert could still go on (it did not go on).
The maps haven't been updated since 2007, and flood risk is rising in communities battered by Superstorm Sandy, exacerbated by new building development.
The city’s sewers were built in the 19th century. Charging fees to warehouse and parking lot owners could help pay for much-needed updates.
"It was filthy water. Completely opaque, a dark gray green with bits of rubble floating in it. It was real disgusting."
Who's dreaming of a wet Christmas?
A man in Queens was killed by a falling tree on Tuesday afternoon, authorities said, as heavy winds from Tropical Storm Isaias continued to pummel New York City.
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