Tsunami advisory canceled for Oregon, Washington coasts after volcano erupts in South Pacific

“No additional tsunami danger exists, although some areas may continue to experience strong currents and small sea level changes,” NWS Portland tweeted.

PORTLAND, Ore — A tsunami advisory for the Oregon and Washington coasts was canceled late Saturday afternoon after an undersea volcano erupted hours earlier near the Pacific nation of Tonga. 

“No additional tsunami danger exists, although some areas may continue to experience strong currents and small sea level changes,” the National Weather Service (NWS) in Portland tweeted at 4:50 p.m. 

Tsunami Advisory is cancelled for the Oregon and Washington coasts. No additional tsunami danger exists, although some areas may continue to experience

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