The folks at WNYC created this ingenious interactive hurricane map, which allows you to toggle between a visual of the New York metro area’s flood zones as predicted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and areas in which flooding actually occurred during Hurricane Sandy. Given that the city’s evacuation zones were drawn after the USACE data, it’s a good indicator of what the city got wrong and what it got right in predicting the storm. And by and large, everything appears good, as the hardest hit areas–the Rockaways, Red Hook, Breezy Point, coastal Staten Island–were all predicted to flood.

Check it out below.