Shortly before 5am Sunday morning, NOAA reported that South Beach/Newport recorded a tidal surge of 4″ at 10:27pm Saturday evening. The surge was 5″ at Port Angeles, WA at 11:40pm, 5″ at Charleston near Coos Bay, at 12:02am Sunday, Port Orford 9″ at 1:41am, Sunday, Garibaldi, 3″ at 10:15pm.
In California, Crescent City saw a tidal surge of 18″ at 2:14 am, San Francisco 6″ at 1:02am, Monterey 5″ at 12:38am, and at La Jolla near San Diego they measured a 2.5″ surge.
Hawaii saw the greatest tidal surges. Honolulu saw a 6″ surge at 2am Pacific Time, Kahalui on Maui saw a 2.5 foot surge at 2 am Pacific Time, Hilo on the Big Island saw a 1.5 foot surge at shortly after 3am Pacific Time, and Haleiwa on Oahu’s north shore saw a nearly 1.5 foot tidal surge.
NOAA’s best estimate so far on last evening’s earthquake off the southeast coast of Queen Charlotte Island was 7.7 on the richter at a depth of 12 miles.
NOAA cancelled it’s Tsunami Advisory for the West Coast at 4:44am this morning.
Tsunami Advisory for Oregon cancelled.