I had a meeting downtown this morning. It is a nice day so I decided to walk around after the meeting. Many buildings have a dozen or so broken windows. I walked a few blocks to the JPMorgan Chase Tower.
From the south side the damage doesn't look too bad.
Moving around to the east side and things look a bit different. When I first saw the windows falling that Saturday morning during the storm I thought it was a repeat of Alicia, with debris flying into the building. Instead, it turns out that the windows popped out in whole pieces due to the difference in pressure. This is why computers, monitors and filing cabinets were "sucked out" of the building. This will be something engineers and architects will be studying for quite some time.