Parts of the California coastline are no longer under a Tsunami Advisory. NOAA experts say there is no longer a threat of flooding created from waves for the northern part of the state. Areas of California saw a sea level rise of around 4 feet earlier in the day because of a tsunami created by a volcanic eruption near Tonga in the southwestern Pacific.
The tsunami advisory for the Washington and Oregon coasts has been canceled. Experts believe there is no ongoing threat from tsunami waves. The California coastline remains under Tsunami Advisory, where sea level rises of one to three feet remain possible.
Sea level rises of mostly between one and three feet were reported along the West Coast. The tsunami did not lead to inundations of cities and was just experienced along coastal areas.
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The Tsunami Advisory for parts of southeast Alaska has been canceled. Officials no longer believe there is a potential for dangerous inundations of water. They do warn that unusual currents and wave activity could continue for several hours.
Some of the highest sea level rises in the United States were reported in Alaska and California. Port San Luis, California saw a sea-level rise of more than 4 feet.
Much of the West Coast remains under a Tsunami Advisory after a volcano eruption overnight in the southwestern Pacific.
Andre Beauregard captured video of flooding at a harbor in Santa Cruz, California.
The pressure altimeter change shows the shockwave from the volcanic eruption move through the U.S.
Officials confirm that infrasound measurements showed that the Hunga Tonga eruption was heard in Fairbanks and Alaska early Saturday morning.
Tim Cattera posted this video on Twitter showing the first signs of tsunami damage in Santa Cruz, California, on Jan. 15, 2022.
The volcanic eruption sent the ash plume up at least 100,000 feet into the atmosphere.
The Washington Emergency Management Division said residents should expect hours of waves as high as 3 feet. It will also coincide with high tide to create dangerous coastal conditions and flooding.
Conditions could be worse than previously reported, the agency said.
All coastlines around the world are vulnerable to tsunamis, so it's important to know your community's hazard and evacuation plans in case they're needed.
Tsunami alerts have been issued as U.S. braces for impact after underwater volcano erupts in Pacific.
The National Weather Service said the Tsunami Advisory for Hawaii has been canceled, but advisories remain in effect for Alaska and the mainland U.S. West Coast.
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection posted this video from San Mateo, California, at 8:10 a.m. Saturday.
NOAA says that a tsunami occurring in parts of Alaska and California. They are urging residents in advisory zones to move away from the shore to higher ground.
Leading tsunami waves are likely to begin approaching the Washington coast shortly, the National Weather Service said.
Estimated arrival of leading waves
La Push: 8:45 a.m.
Neah Bay: 8:50 a.m.
Westport: 8:50 a.m.
Moclips: 8:55 a.m.
Port Angeles: 9:30 a.m.
Port Townsend: 9:55 a.m.
Mandatory evacuation order due to a Tsunami warning. People living in the Marina area need to evacuate immediately. Waves and strong currents are expected