Extreme flooding swept across the five boroughs in New York City as a result of heavy rainfalls due to Tropical Storm Elsa. As Elsa arrived in the region, residents found themselves surrounded by massive amounts of muddy water in subways stations, major highways, and streets. As a result of the flooding, several people took to social media to show the impacts of the flood and stressed concerns about the city's current infrastructure. Senior Fellow at Manhattan Institute and Contributing Editor at City Journal Nicole Gelinas, joined Cheddar to discuss whether or not the city is resilient enough to handle situations like these.