Only minor tsunami confirmed - wave heights less than 1 ft
There's good news for the northern Pacific: only a small tsunami has been confirmed and some (minor) impacts are expected for some coasts in South Alaska and the Alaska Peninsula, the latest message of the U.S. Tsunami Warning System reads.
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The warning was lifted for most areas or downgraded to an advisory, in particular for the coastal areas from Hinchinbrook Entrance, Alaska (90 miles E of Seward) to Unimak Pass, Alaska (80 miles NE of Unalaska), as well as the Aleutian Islands, from Unimak Pass, Alaska (80 miles NE of Unalaska) to Samalga Pass, Alaska (30 miles SW of Nikolski).
Maximum observed wave heights were less than 1ft (30 cm).
The Tsunami Advisory is canceled for the coastal areas of Aleutian Islands from Samalga Pass, Alaska (30 miles SW of Nikolski) to Amchitka Pass, Alaska (125 miles W of Adak).
Link to full advisory: Latest Tsunami message
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Дата & время: 28 Jul 10:15 pm (GMT -8) local time (29 Jul 2021 06:15 GMT)
Глубина: 32.2 km
Эпицентр Широта / Долгота: 55.32°N / 157.84°W (Gulf of Alaska, Alaska, United States)
Источник данных: USGS
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