If you are watching television between 11:00 a.m. and 12:00 Noon on Wednesday morning, expect to see a crawler at the bottom of the screen indicating that a tsunami warning has been issued, and ...
A tsunami advisory was in effect for the Southern California coast Saturday morning after a volcano erupted near the Pacific nation of Tonga. Beaches and piers were closed from San Diego to the Bay
Based on a massive volcanic eruption in the South Pacific, a Tsunami Advisory has been issued for the west coast of California. This could produce strong wave activity for 24 hours and possible damage to boats, harbors, beaches and other critical infrastructure. The impact area runs from Crescent City all the way south to Oceanside.
A tsunami advisory is now in effect for the US west coast including the states of California, Oregon, Washington and Alaska, according to the NWS National Tsunami Warning Center in Palmer, Alaska.
Waves from a foot to 2.7 feet slammed ashore in Hawaii, the Pacific TsunamiWarning Center reported. The center said there was no reported damage and only minor flooding.