Tsunami Advisory Shakes Up Southern California, But All Appears Well – Deadline

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It’s not an amazing seaside day in Southern California. But there’s no purpose to panic at studies {that a} tsunami attributable to a Tonga underwater volcanic eruption could hit.

Government officers have issued an advisory that signifies residents ought to avoid the well-known Southern California seashores as we speak. Waves of 1 to 2 ft are anticipated in elements of the area. But thus far, widespread inundation or flooding will not be anticipated.

Bottom line: Stay away from the shore as a lot as you possibly can, and don’t go swimming, as a result of sturdy present are anticipated, the National Weather Service stated.

Minor tsunami exercise started this morning round 7:30 AM. The exercise is anticipated to proceed for hours. So far, studies of devastating waves or destruction haven’t been obtained.

 

 

 

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