Mastof- Thanks! And just wait to part 4 (the final)
lovemax- Yes I know, I just do that for decoration...
Homeland Design- It was pretty hard to find, I just googled it, so here is the link to the page that lists the ones I've found:http://sc4devotion.c...p?topic=13451.0
daybreak- Look up there...
November 23rd, 2012- The storm hits
This is a neighborhood, or was a neighborhood, in upscale Dion. Dion is located on an island, and it's elevation is only 9 feet. This picture shows the large, 14 foot storm surge, which is just now hitting the PMA. The rain only has 15 minutes to hit, and the storm surge is just now coming. All across the PMA coastal cities are feeling the wrath of this horrible storm surge. Peoria, which was thought to not need evacuations is now regretting that they didn't...
This is an area of the "Erosion Strip" that is about to be flooded by the epic storm surge. The City of Erosion has already been evacuated and all of the 19,000 residents are taking shelter in the City of Portland. By the way things are going now, some are estimating the damage could be anywhere from 30-55 billion dollars in damage when the storm is done.
November 24th, 2012- The storm gets apocalyptic
As many think the storm can't get any worse, the storm surge rises to 21 feet and is now about to flood the City of Portland, this surge can and will also cause water to pour into the North Valley, just not as much since it is almost completely by mountains. This raises HUGE problems since 75% of evacuees were sent to storm shelters in Portland, Peoria, and Hemsworth.
Deep in the Cascades, Rollo has caused a huge chunk of snow to cause a avalanche in Gulliman's Lake. Witnesses say the lake now looks like it's literally empty. This has also caused a huge 11 foot "rivernami" to travel down Gulliman's Creek and completely flood the North Valley, adding on to the epic storm surge. The picture above is Downtown Gulliman's Creek being hammered by the terrible tsunami. Luckily, Gulliman's Creek and Pine Valley were both evacuated.
In Eaton, witness living in tall condos report seeing large neighborhoods of houses being swept away. In Texas, the second richest city in the PMA, one resident reports seeing a storm shelter being swept away. This same thing is happening everywhere across the PMA. Some are now projected the death toll to be anywhere from 5,000 to 20,000 and injuries to be anywhere from 28,000 to 41,000.
As for Akon, rains heavy, but not picture-taking heavy. Akon residents thought they were safe, since the storm surge only rose the river up a few inches, and the "rivernami" was only 2 feet in Akon. But Akon was put under a tornado warning. The people kept shopping Black Friday deals that haven't ended, but then sirens went off. 2 minutes later, an F3 tornado hit the small town, and caused apocalyptic damage, since many houses in the city can't even handle an EF1 tornado struck the city...
Upcoming (This is a new feature)
- Next Big Storm Update: Portland, Eaton, Akon, and Randall Ridge under tornado warning.
- Last Big Storm Update: Storm eases up, cleanup expected to go on for decades.
- Update 11: Dec. census shows huge population drop, PMA continuous sprawl is over
- Update 12: Population recovers by a tiny, tiny bit. PMA economic outlook gloomy...