Rain and sleet — not snow — pelted Brooklyn Friday morning.
Jim McMahon mapped the storm surge that swept through the neighborhood during Hurricane Sandy.
The green energy education center was hit hard by Sandy but kept power thanks to rooftop solar plates.
But repairs could take up to a week in places as debris from the storm still needs to be cleared.
The massive storm, which killed 18, brought power outages, raging fires and historic floods.
Car owners at Esplanade Gardens in Harlem were in shock when they came to pick up their cars Tuesday.
Uprooted trees, broken branches, minor floods, faulty traffic lights and cordoned off streets were seen across Manhattan.
Battery Park City is one of the most flood-prone neighborhoods in the city. Residents and business owners are taking precautions in advance of Hurricane Irene.
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