Floods: It's not just the UK

Flooding cripples New York subway system:

Flooding from torrential overnight rains crippled the New York City subway system this morning. Delays of at least 30 minutes were reported on all subway lines, and customers were urged to forgo the subways entirely and take buses if possible. The thunderstorm caused havoc across the region, forcing thousands of people, like the pedestrians who crowded the Manhattan Bridge in both directions, to walk to work or work from home.
If New York and London can’t handle the weather now, what happens when Climate Change really hits?

Of course, Bangladesh, India and Nepal have been struggling under far worse flood conditions caused by the monsoon, as they do almost every year.