n the early hours of Wednesday, March 14th the invader slumped away as inexplicably as it had arrived. Weakened and exhausted from hammering the northeast for over 48 hours it simply went into the Atlantic like a cat bored of playing with the mouse it had killed
But as darkness fell something snuck into the city. A storm so fast that it was not predicted at all. The entire northeastern portion of America was unprepared for this invader as it tore and shoved its incredible girth inland from the Atlantic. Its arrival would change the landscape of New York City forever.