DNR: Washington coast will be safe from nearby tsunami
OLYMPIA, Wash. — The Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR) says a nearby tsunami will not affect the Washington coast.
National Weather Service is currently tracking a 7.4-magnitude tsunami about 55 miles southeast of Sand Point, Alaska. This prompted the agency to issue a tsunami warning.
DNR says the tsunami is not expected to affect the Washington coast, but serves as a reminder of the dangers of tsunamis.
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