This is a Tsunami Advisory Only, but not a Watch or a Warning which would indicate higher danger. There is NO WATCH OR WARNING currently in effect for the Oregon or Washington Coast at this time (9:48 PST)
The estimate times for the first arrival waves are as follows:
- Seaside, OR at 2:46 PM PST
- Westport, WA at 2:57 PM PST
- Neah Bay, WA at 3:07 PM PST
Estimated wave heights at this writing are:
- Long Beach, WA = .46 FT
- Wesport, WA = .78 FT
- Moclips, WA = 1.27 FT
- Neah Bay, WA = .65 FT
Additional graphics and arrival time estimates of the waves may be found on the National Weather Service website by clicking HERE.
Coastal residents and visitors are advised to:
- Stay out of the water
- Stay off the beach and away from harbors and marinas
So, bottom line is that if you are planning to visit the Oregon or Washington Coast today, please be mindful and cautious of the waters.
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