Boats pushed by the wind in the streets, three sunken vaporettos, piers of destroyed jetties, everywhere in the early morning light the signs of devastation caused by the exceptional tide. It looks like this Venice the day after high tide. In Calle delle Razze, nearby piazza San Marco, a motorboat pushed to the ground by an air horn is still wedged which yesterday, around midnight, struck while the storm was raging. It was the whirlwind of 100 km per hour that made a massacre of gondolas and other boats. All the schools in the city today remain closed. However, the ACTV waterbuses are regularly in operation, which can be stopped for safety reasons only when the tide exceeds 50 meters.