Tsunami Alert

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The Tsunami Warning continues in effect for the coastal areas of Alaska from Unimak Pass, Alaska (80 miles NE of Dutch Harbor) to Amchitka Pass, Alaska (125 miles W of Adak).

This message is for Information Only for coastal areas of California, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia and Alaska from the California-Mexico border to Unimak Pass, Alaska (80 miles NE of Dutch Harbor).

This message is for Information Only for coastal areas of Alaska from Amchitka Pass, Alaska (125 miles W of Adak) to Attu, Alaska.

A Tsunami Warning means that all coastal residents in the warning area who are near the beach or in low-lying regions should move immediately inland to higher ground and away from all harbors and inlets including those sheltered directly from the sea. Those feeling the earth shake, seeing unusual wave action, or the water level rising or receding may have only a few minutes before the tsunami arrival and should move immediately. Homes and small buildings are not designed to withstand tsunami impacts. Do not stay in these structures.

Not an alert for BC, but just information. Magnitude 7.3 earthquake occurred 20 miles/32 Km southeast of Amukta Pass, Alaska .



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Lifted? What the hell am I going to do with all this milk I just bought?

Give it back to the cow’s that were all moved inside.!



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The link you provided was for the Japan earthquake.

Um, how is that possible,


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This is what I get when I clicked on your link, Feels like winter for sure,but isnt Mar 11, 2011 i’m pretty sure.

B.C. tsunami threat passes
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End of Supporting Story ContentBack to accessibility links Beginning of Story ContentThe tsunami warning for British Columbia has been lifted, according to the West Coast and Alaska Tsunami Warning Center in Alaska.

The Provincial Emergency Program’s advisory is still listed on its website, but automated calls received by CBC News confirmed that the advisory was no longer in place.

The Alaskan centre cancelled the advisory for B.C., Washington and northern Oregon at 6:49 p.m. PT after the coast was no longer threatened by the tsunami that devastated Japan and caused millions of dollars of damage in California.


hows this ?

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hows this ?

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Thats updated, but didnt see anywhere in there where it said anything was lifted,doesnt seem like there is much of an info out.
Dont seem to threatening.

Where I live in Oregon, I’m about a block from the water and maybe 8 meters above sea level. Front row seat.

Because there are few sirens here, I had to depend on a friend calling me at 3:30 am and telling me to get out. We had about a 4 hour window. I grabbed my two handicapped clients and we went and had an extended breakfast at the local hospital cafeteria. Slight damage to the local docks. We got REAL lucky.

Tsumanis, earthquakes and such are pet studies of mine. So I got links to share…


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earthquakescanada.nrcan.gc.ca/zo … ex-eng.php


It rained so goddam hard this afternoon, how’d you even tell if a tsunami happened?