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2018-01-23 12:46

WEAK51 PAAQ 231240
TSUAK1

BULLETIN
Public Tsunami Message Number 6
NWS National Tsunami Warning Center Palmer AK
340 AM AKST Tue Jan 23 2018

UPDATES
-------
* Updated observations


...THE TSUNAMI ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT...



Tsunami Advisory in Effect for;

* SOUTH ALASKA AND THE ALASKA PENINSULA, Pacific coasts from
Hinchinbrook Entrance, Alaska (90 miles E of Seward) to
Chignik Bay, Alaska


For other US and Canadian Pacific coasts in North America,
there is no tsunami threat.


FORECASTS OF TSUNAMI ACTIVITY
-----------------------------
* A tsunami has been generated. The first waves are forecasted to
arrive at the following locations and specified times.

* Forecast tsunami duration is the approximate length of time which
the tsunami may produce dangerous currents and waves.

* Forecast max tsunami height is the highest expected water level
above the tide.

* Forecasts are not provided for sites which have been impacted
more than an hour prior to the time of this message.

FORECAST FORECAST FORECAST
START TSUNAMI MAX TSUNAMI
SITE OF TSUNAMI DURATION HEIGHT
---- ---------- -------- -------------

* Alaska
Homer 0250 AKST Jan 23 less than 1ft


OBSERVATIONS OF TSUNAMI ACTIVITY - UPDATED
------------------------------------------
* Observed max tsunami height is the highest recorded water level
above the tide level up to the time of this message.

TIME OBSERVED MAX
SITE OF MEASUREMENT TSUNAMI HEIGHT
---------------------------- ---------------- --------------
Kodiak Alaska 0329 PST Jan 23 0.6ft
Seward Alaska 0331 PST Jan 23 0.4ft
Old Harbor Alaska 0338 PST Jan 23 0.7ft
Sitka Alaska 0318 PST Jan 23 0.4ft
Yakutat Alaska 0335 PST Jan 23 0.5ft
Langara BC 0330 PST Jan 23 0.4ft


PRELIMINARY EARTHQUAKE PARAMETERS
---------------------------------
* Magnitude 7.9
* Origin Time 0032 AKST Jan 23 2018
0132 PST Jan 23 2018
0932 UTC Jan 23 2018
* Coordinates 56.0 North 149.1 West
* Depth 12 miles
* Location 175 miles SE of Kodiak City, Alaska
360 miles S of Anchorage, Alaska


RECOMMENDED ACTIONS
-------------------
* See message number 5 for recommended actions.


IMPACTS
-------
* See message number 5 for possible impacts.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND NEXT UPDATE
--------------------------------------
* Refer to the internet site tsunami.gov for more information.

* Pacific coastal residents outside California, Oregon,
Washington, British Columbia and Alaska should refer to the
Pacific Tsunami Warning Center messages at tsunami.gov.

* This message will be updated within 30 minutes.

$$

2018-01-23 12:17

WEAK51 PAAQ 231212
TSUAK1

BULLETIN
Public Tsunami Message Number 5
NWS National Tsunami Warning Center Palmer AK
312 AM AKST Tue Jan 23 2018

UPDATES
-------
* A tsunami has been confirmed and some impacts are expected
* Updated observations
* Revised alert areas


...A TSUNAMI ADVISORY IS NOW IN EFFECT...



Tsunami Advisory in Effect for;

* SOUTH ALASKA AND THE ALASKA PENINSULA, Pacific coasts from
Hinchinbrook Entrance, Alaska (90 miles E of Seward) to
Chignik Bay, Alaska


Alerts in the following areas have been canceled because
additional information and analysis have better defined the
threat.

* The Tsunami Watch is canceled for the coastal areas of
California, Oregon and Washington from The Cal./Mexico
Border to The Wash./BC Border

* The Tsunami Warning is canceled for the coastal areas of
British Columbia, Southeast Alaska and South Alaska and the
Alaska Peninsula from The Wash./BC Border to Hinchinbrook
Entrance, Alaska (90 miles E of Seward)

* The Tsunami Warning is canceled for the coastal areas of
South Alaska and the Alaska Peninsula and Aleutian Islands
from Chignik Bay, Alaska to Attu, Alaska


For other US and Canadian Pacific coasts in North America,
there is no tsunami threat.


FORECASTS OF TSUNAMI ACTIVITY
-----------------------------
* A tsunami has been generated. The first waves are forecasted to
arrive at the following locations and specified times.

* Forecast tsunami duration is the approximate length of time which
the tsunami may produce dangerous currents and waves.

* Forecast max tsunami height is the highest expected water level
above the tide.

* Forecasts are not provided for sites which have been impacted
more than an hour prior to the time of this message.

FORECAST FORECAST FORECAST
START TSUNAMI MAX TSUNAMI
SITE OF TSUNAMI DURATION HEIGHT
---- ---------- -------- -------------

* Alaska
Homer 0250 AKST Jan 23 less than 1ft


OBSERVATIONS OF TSUNAMI ACTIVITY - UPDATED
------------------------------------------
* Observed max tsunami height is the highest recorded water level
above the tide level up to the time of this message.

TIME OBSERVED MAX
SITE OF MEASUREMENT TSUNAMI HEIGHT
---------------------------- ---------------- --------------
Kodiak Alaska 0329 PST Jan 23 0.6ft
Seward Alaska 0331 PST Jan 23 0.4ft
Old Harbor Alaska 0338 PST Jan 23 0.7ft
Sitka Alaska 0318 PST Jan 23 0.4ft
Yakutat Alaska 0335 PST Jan 23 0.5ft


PRELIMINARY EARTHQUAKE PARAMETERS
---------------------------------
* Magnitude 7.9
* Origin Time 0032 AKST Jan 23 2018
0132 PST Jan 23 2018
0932 UTC Jan 23 2018
* Coordinates 56.0 North 149.1 West
* Depth 12 miles
* Location 175 miles SE of Kodiak City, Alaska
360 miles S of Anchorage, Alaska


RECOMMENDED ACTIONS - UPDATED
-----------------------------
Actions to protect human life and property will
vary within tsunami advisory areas.

If you are in a tsunami advisory area;

* Move out of the water, off the beach, and away from
harbors, marinas, breakwaters, bays and inlets.

* Be alert to and follow instructions from your local
emergency officials because they may have more detailed or
specific information for your location.

* If you feel a strong earthquake or extended ground rolling
take immediate protective actions such as moving inland
and/or uphill preferably by foot.

* Boat operators,
* Where time and conditions permit, move your boat out to
sea to a depth of at least 180 feet.

* If at sea avoid entering shallow water, harbors,
marinas, bays, and inlets to avoid floating and
submerged debris and strong currents.

* Do not go to the shore to observe the tsunami.

* Do not return to the coast until local emergency officials
indicate it is safe to do so.


IMPACTS
-------
Impacts will vary at different locations in the advisory
areas.

If you are in a tsunami advisory area;

* A tsunami with strong waves and currents is possible.

* Waves and currents can drown or injure people who are
in the water.

* Currents at beaches and in harbors, marinas,
bays, and inlets may be especially dangerous.

* Some impacts may continue for many hours to days after
arrival of the first wave.

* The first wave may not be the largest so later waves may
be larger.

* Each wave may last 5 to 45 minutes as a wave encroaches
and recedes.

* Coasts facing all directions are threatened because the
waves can wrap around islands and headlands and into bays.

* Strong shaking or rolling of the ground indicates an
earthquake has occurred and a tsunami may be imminent.

* A rapidly receding or receded shoreline, unusual waves and
sounds, and strong currents are signs of a tsunami.

* The tsunami may appear as water moving rapidly out to sea,
a gentle rising tide like flood with no breaking wave,
as a series of breaking waves, or a frothy wall of water.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND NEXT UPDATE
--------------------------------------
* Refer to the internet site tsunami.gov for more information.

* Pacific coastal residents outside California, Oregon,
Washington, British Columbia and Alaska should refer to the
Pacific Tsunami Warning Center messages at tsunami.gov.

* This message will be updated within 30 minutes.

$$

2018-01-23 11:31

WEAK51 PAAQ 231116
TSUAK1

BULLETIN
Public Tsunami Message Number 4
NWS National Tsunami Warning Center Palmer AK
216 AM AKST Tue Jan 23 2018

UPDATES
-------
* Updated observations


...THE TSUNAMI WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT...


...THE TSUNAMI WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT...


Tsunami Warning in Effect for;

* BRITISH COLUMBIA, The Juan de Fuca Strait coast, the outer
west coast of Vancouver Island, the central coast and
northeast Vancouver Island, and the north coast and Haida
Gwaii

* SOUTHEAST ALASKA, The inner and outer coast from The
BC/Alaska Border to Cape Fairweather, Alaska (80 miles SE
of Yakutat)

* SOUTH ALASKA AND THE ALASKA PENINSULA, Pacific coasts from
Cape Fairweather, Alaska (80 miles SE of Yakutat) to Unimak
Pass, Alaska (80 miles NE of Unalaska)

* ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, Unimak Pass, Alaska (80 miles NE of
Unalaska) to Attu, Alaska including the Pribilof Islands


Tsunami Watch in Effect for;

* CALIFORNIA, The coast from The Cal./Mexico Border to The
Oregon/Cal. Border including San Francisco Bay

* OREGON, The coast from The Oregon/Cal. Border to The
Oregon/Wash. Border including the Columbia River estuary
coast

* WASHINGTON, Outer coast from the Oregon/Washington border
to Slip Point, Columbia River estuary coast, and the Juan
de Fuca Strait coast


FORECASTS OF TSUNAMI ACTIVITY
-----------------------------
* Tsunami activity is forecasted to start at the following
locations at the specified times.

FORECAST
START
SITE OF TSUNAMI
---- ----------

* Alaska
Kodiak 0145 AKST Jan 23
Seward 0155 AKST Jan 23
Elfin Cove 0155 AKST Jan 23
Sitka 0200 AKST Jan 23
Yakutat 0205 AKST Jan 23
Valdez 0215 AKST Jan 23
Sand Point 0220 AKST Jan 23
Cordova 0225 AKST Jan 23
Unalaska 0240 AKST Jan 23
Homer 0250 AKST Jan 23
Craig 0300 AKST Jan 23
Cold Bay 0300 AKST Jan 23
Adak 0305 AKST Jan 23
Shemya 0350 AKST Jan 23
Saint Paul 0400 AKST Jan 23

* British Columbia
Langara 0210 AKST Jan 23
Tofino 0340 AKST Jan 23

* Washington
Neah Bay 0450 PST Jan 23
Moclips 0500 PST Jan 23
Long Beach 0500 PST Jan 23
Westport 0510 PST Jan 23
Port Angeles 0530 PST Jan 23
Port Townsend 0555 PST Jan 23

* Oregon
Port Orford 0505 PST Jan 23
Seaside 0505 PST Jan 23
Charleston 0510 PST Jan 23
Newport 0515 PST Jan 23
Brookings 0515 PST Jan 23

* California
Crescent City 0520 PST Jan 23
Horse Mountain 0525 PST Jan 23
Fort Bragg 0525 PST Jan 23
Monterey 0555 PST Jan 23
San Francisco 0615 PST Jan 23
Port San Luis 0620 PST Jan 23
Santa Barbara 0635 PST Jan 23
Los Angeles Harb 0650 PST Jan 23
Oceanside 0700 PST Jan 23
Newport Beach 0700 PST Jan 23
La Jolla 0705 PST Jan 23


OBSERVATIONS OF TSUNAMI ACTIVITY - UPDATED
------------------------------------------
* Observed max tsunami height is the highest recorded water level
above the tide level up to the time of this message.

TIME OBSERVED MAX
SITE OF MEASUREMENT TSUNAMI HEIGHT
---------------------------- ---------------- --------------
Old Harbor Alaska 0256 PST Jan 23 0.5ft


PRELIMINARY EARTHQUAKE PARAMETERS
---------------------------------
* Magnitude 7.9
* Origin Time 0032 AKST Jan 23 2018
0132 PST Jan 23 2018
0932 UTC Jan 23 2018
* Coordinates 56.0 North 149.1 West
* Depth 12 miles
* Location 175 miles SE of Kodiak City, Alaska
360 miles S of Anchorage, Alaska


RECOMMENDED ACTIONS
-------------------
Actions to protect human life and property will
vary within tsunami warning areas.

If you are in a tsunami warning area;

* Evacuate inland or to higher ground above and beyond
designated tsunami hazard zones or move to an upper floor
of a multi-story building depending on your situation.

* Move out of the water, off the beach, and away from
harbors, marinas, breakwaters, bays and inlets.

* Be alert to and follow instructions from your local
emergency officials because they may have more detailed or
specific information for your location.

* If you feel a strong earthquake or extended ground rolling
take immediate protective actions such as moving inland
and/or uphill preferably by foot.

* Boat operators,
* Where time and conditions permit, move your boat out to
sea to a depth of at least 180 feet.

* If at sea avoid entering shallow water, harbors,
marinas, bays, and inlets to avoid floating and
submerged debris and strong currents.

* Do not go to the shore to observe the tsunami.

* Do not return to the coast until local emergency officials
indicate it is safe to do so.

If you are in a tsunami watch area;

* Prepare to take action and stay alert for further
information.


IMPACTS
-------
Impacts will vary at different locations in the warning
areas.

If you are in a tsunami warning area;

* A tsunami with damaging waves and powerful currents is
possible.

* Repeated coastal flooding is possible as waves arrive
onshore, move inland, and drain back into the ocean.

* Strong and unusual waves, currents and inland flooding
can drown or injure people and weaken or destroy structures
on land and in water.

* Water filled with floating or submerged debris that can
injure or kill people and weaken or destroy buildings and
bridges is possible.

* Strong and unusual currents and waves in harbors,
marinas, bays, and inlets may be especially
destructive.

* Some impacts may continue for many hours to days after
arrival of the first wave.

* The first wave may not be the largest so later waves may
be larger.

* Each wave may last 5 to 45 minutes as a wave encroaches
and recedes.

* Coasts facing all directions are threatened because the
waves can wrap around islands and headlands and into bays.

* Strong shaking or rolling of the ground indicates an
earthquake has occurred and a tsunami may be imminent.

* A rapidly receding or receded shoreline, unusual waves and
sounds, and strong currents are signs of a tsunami.

* The tsunami may appear as water moving rapidly out to sea,
a gentle rising tide like flood with no breaking wave,
as a series of breaking waves, or a frothy wall of water.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND NEXT UPDATE
--------------------------------------
* Refer to the internet site tsunami.gov for more information.

* Pacific coastal residents outside California, Oregon,
Washington, British Columbia and Alaska should refer to the
Pacific Tsunami Warning Center messages at tsunami.gov.

* This message will be updated within 30 minutes.

$$

2018-01-23 11:16

WEPA40 PHEB 231108
TSUPAC

TSUNAMI MESSAGE NUMBER 3
NWS PACIFIC TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER EWA BEACH HI
1102 UTC TUE JAN 23 2018

...PTWC FINAL TSUNAMI THREAT MESSAGE...


**** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE *****

THIS MESSAGE IS ISSUED FOR INFORMATION ONLY IN SUPPORT OF THE
UNESCO/IOC PACIFIC TSUNAMI WARNING AND MITIGATION SYSTEM AND IS
MEANT FOR NATIONAL AUTHORITIES IN EACH COUNTRY OF THAT SYSTEM.

NATIONAL AUTHORITIES WILL DETERMINE THE APPROPRIATE LEVEL OF
ALERT FOR EACH COUNTRY AND MAY ISSUE ADDITIONAL OR MORE REFINED
INFORMATION.

**** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE *****

THE TSUNAMI FORECAST IS UPDATED IN THIS MESSAGE.


PRELIMINARY EARTHQUAKE PARAMETERS
---------------------------------

* MAGNITUDE 7.9
* ORIGIN TIME 0932 UTC JAN 23 2018
* COORDINATES 56.0 NORTH 149.2 WEST
* DEPTH 19 KM / 12 MILES
* LOCATION GULF OF ALASKA


EVALUATION
----------

* NOTE REVISED EARTHQUAKE MAGNITUDE

* AN EARTHQUAKE WITH A PRELIMINARY MAGNITUDE OF 7.9 OCCURRED IN
THE GULF OF ALASKA AT 0932 UTC ON TUESDAY JANUARY 23 2018.

TSUNAMI THREAT FORECAST...UPDATED
---------------------------------

* THERE IS NO TSUNAMI THREAT FOR AREAS COVERED UNDER
THIS BULLETIN.

RECOMMENDED ACTIONS
-------------------

* REMAIN OBSERVANT AND EXERCISE NORMAL CAUTION NEAR THE SEA.


TSUNAMI OBSERVATIONS
--------------------

* THE FOLLOWING ARE TSUNAMI WAVE OBSERVATIONS FROM COASTAL
AND/OR DEEP-OCEAN SEA LEVEL GAUGES AT THE INDICATED
LOCATIONS. THE MAXIMUM TSUNAMI HEIGHT IS MEASURED WITH
RESPECT TO THE NORMAL TIDE LEVEL.

GAUGE TIME OF MAXIMUM WAVE
COORDINATES MEASURE TSUNAMI PERIOD
GAUGE LOCATION LAT LON (UTC) HEIGHT (MIN)
-------------------------------------------------------------
DART 46403 52.6N 156.9W 1024 0.03M/ 0.1FT 08
DART 46410 57.6N 143.8W 1008 0.04M/ 0.1FT 06
DART 46409 55.3N 148.5W 0944 0.12M/ 0.4FT 04


NEXT UPDATE AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
--------------------------------------

* THIS WILL BE THE FINAL STATEMENT ISSUED FOR THIS EVENT UNLESS
NEW INFORMATION IS RECEIVED OR THE SITUATION CHANGES.

* AUTHORITATIVE INFORMATION ABOUT THE EARTHQUAKE FROM THE U.S.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY CAN BE FOUND ON THE INTERNET AT
EARTHQUAKE.USGS.GOV/EARTHQUAKES -ALL LOWER CASE-.

* FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THIS EVENT MAY BE FOUND AT
PTWC.WEATHER.GOV AND AT WWW.TSUNAMI.GOV.

* COASTAL REGIONS OF HAWAII... AMERICAN SAMOA... GUAM... AND
CNMI SHOULD REFER TO PACIFIC TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER MESSAGES
SPECIFICALLY FOR THOSE PLACES THAT CAN BE FOUND AT
PTWC.WEATHER.GOV.

* COASTAL REGIONS OF CALIFORNIA... OREGON... WASHINGTON...
BRITISH COLUMBIA AND ALASKA SHOULD ONLY REFER TO U.S.
NATIONAL TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER MESSAGES THAT CAN BE FOUND
AT NTWC.ARH.NOAA.GOV.

$$

2018-01-23 11:16

WEHW40 PHEB 231110
TSUHWX
HIZ001>003-005>009-012>014-016>021-023>026-231310-
/O.CAN.PHEB.TS.A.0001.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/

BULLETIN
TSUNAMI MESSAGE NUMBER 3
NWS PACIFIC TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER EWA BEACH HI
110 AM HST TUE JAN 23 2018

TO - EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT IN THE STATE OF HAWAII

SUBJECT - TSUNAMI WATCH CANCELLATION

THE TSUNAMI WATCH IS CANCELLED FOR THE STATE OF HAWAII EFFECTIVE
AT 0110 AM HST.

AN EARTHQUAKE HAS OCCURRED WITH THESE PRELIMINARY PARAMETERS
NOTE REVISED EARTHQUAKE MAGNITUDE

ORIGIN TIME - 1132 PM HST 22 JAN 2018
COORDINATES - 56.0 NORTH 149.2 WEST
LOCATION - GULF OF ALASKA
MAGNITUDE - 7.9 MOMENT

MEASUREMENTS OR REPORTS OF TSUNAMI WAVE ACTIVITY

GAUGE LOCATION LAT LON TIME AMPL PER
------------------- ----- ------ ----- --------------- -----
DART 46403 52.6N 156.9W 1024Z 0.03M / 0.1FT 08MIN
DART 46410 57.6N 143.8W 1008Z 0.04M / 0.1FT 06MIN
DART 46409 55.3N 148.5W 0944Z 0.12M / 0.4FT 04MIN

LAT - LATITUDE (N-NORTH, S-SOUTH)
LON - LONGITUDE (E-EAST, W-WEST)
TIME - TIME OF THE MEASUREMENT (Z IS UTC IS GREENWICH TIME)
AMPL - TSUNAMI AMPLITUDE MEASURED RELATIVE TO NORMAL SEA LEVEL.
IT IS ...NOT... CREST-TO-TROUGH WAVE HEIGHT.
VALUES ARE GIVEN IN BOTH METERS(M) AND FEET(FT).
PER - PERIOD OF TIME IN MINUTES(MIN) FROM ONE WAVE TO THE NEXT.

NOTE - DART MEASUREMENTS ARE FROM THE DEEP OCEAN AND THEY
ARE GENERALLY MUCH SMALLER THAN WOULD BE COASTAL
MEASUREMENTS AT SIMILAR LOCATIONS.

EVALUATION

BASED ON ALL AVAILABLE DATA THERE IS NO TSUNAMI THREAT TO THE
STATE OF HAWAII. THEREFORE... THE TSUNAMI WATCH FOR HAWAII IS NOW
CANCELLED.

THIS WILL BE THE FINAL MESSAGE ISSUED FOR THIS EVENT UNLESS
ADDITIONAL DATA ARE RECEIVED.

$$

2018-01-23 10:46

WEAK51 PAAQ 231042
TSUAK1

BULLETIN
Public Tsunami Message Number 3
NWS National Tsunami Warning Center Palmer AK
142 AM AKST Tue Jan 23 2018

UPDATES
-------
* Revised magnitude


...THE TSUNAMI WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT...


...THE TSUNAMI WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT...


Tsunami Warning in Effect for;

* BRITISH COLUMBIA, The Juan de Fuca Strait coast, the outer
west coast of Vancouver Island, the central coast and
northeast Vancouver Island, and the north coast and Haida
Gwaii

* SOUTHEAST ALASKA, The inner and outer coast from The
BC/Alaska Border to Cape Fairweather, Alaska (80 miles SE
of Yakutat)

* SOUTH ALASKA AND THE ALASKA PENINSULA, Pacific coasts from
Cape Fairweather, Alaska (80 miles SE of Yakutat) to Unimak
Pass, Alaska (80 miles NE of Unalaska)

* ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, Unimak Pass, Alaska (80 miles NE of
Unalaska) to Attu, Alaska including the Pribilof Islands


Tsunami Watch in Effect for;

* CALIFORNIA, The coast from The Cal./Mexico Border to The
Oregon/Cal. Border including San Francisco Bay

* OREGON, The coast from The Oregon/Cal. Border to The
Oregon/Wash. Border including the Columbia River estuary
coast

* WASHINGTON, Outer coast from the Oregon/Washington border
to Slip Point, Columbia River estuary coast, and the Juan
de Fuca Strait coast


FORECASTS OF TSUNAMI ACTIVITY
-----------------------------
* Tsunami activity is forecasted to start at the following
locations at the specified times.

FORECAST
START
SITE OF TSUNAMI
---- ----------

* Alaska
Kodiak 0145 AKST Jan 23
Seward 0155 AKST Jan 23
Elfin Cove 0155 AKST Jan 23
Sitka 0200 AKST Jan 23
Yakutat 0205 AKST Jan 23
Valdez 0215 AKST Jan 23
Sand Point 0220 AKST Jan 23
Cordova 0225 AKST Jan 23
Unalaska 0240 AKST Jan 23
Homer 0250 AKST Jan 23
Craig 0300 AKST Jan 23
Cold Bay 0300 AKST Jan 23
Adak 0305 AKST Jan 23
Shemya 0350 AKST Jan 23
Saint Paul 0400 AKST Jan 23

* British Columbia
Langara 0210 AKST Jan 23
Tofino 0340 AKST Jan 23

* Washington
Neah Bay 0450 PST Jan 23
Moclips 0500 PST Jan 23
Long Beach 0500 PST Jan 23
Westport 0510 PST Jan 23
Port Angeles 0530 PST Jan 23
Port Townsend 0555 PST Jan 23

* Oregon
Port Orford 0505 PST Jan 23
Seaside 0505 PST Jan 23
Charleston 0510 PST Jan 23
Newport 0515 PST Jan 23
Brookings 0515 PST Jan 23

* California
Crescent City 0520 PST Jan 23
Horse Mountain 0525 PST Jan 23
Fort Bragg 0525 PST Jan 23
Monterey 0555 PST Jan 23
San Francisco 0615 PST Jan 23
Port San Luis 0620 PST Jan 23
Santa Barbara 0635 PST Jan 23
Los Angeles Harb 0650 PST Jan 23
Oceanside 0700 PST Jan 23
Newport Beach 0700 PST Jan 23
La Jolla 0705 PST Jan 23


OBSERVATIONS OF TSUNAMI ACTIVITY
--------------------------------
* No tsunami observations are available to report.


PRELIMINARY EARTHQUAKE PARAMETERS - UPDATED
-------------------------------------------
* Magnitude 7.9
* Origin Time 0032 AKST Jan 23 2018
0132 PST Jan 23 2018
0932 UTC Jan 23 2018
* Coordinates 56.0 North 149.1 West
* Depth 12 miles
* Location 175 miles SE of Kodiak City, Alaska
360 miles S of Anchorage, Alaska


RECOMMENDED ACTIONS
-------------------
Actions to protect human life and property will
vary within tsunami warning areas.

If you are in a tsunami warning area;

* Evacuate inland or to higher ground above and beyond
designated tsunami hazard zones or move to an upper floor
of a multi-story building depending on your situation.

* Move out of the water, off the beach, and away from
harbors, marinas, breakwaters, bays and inlets.

* Be alert to and follow instructions from your local
emergency officials because they may have more detailed or
specific information for your location.

* If you feel a strong earthquake or extended ground rolling
take immediate protective actions such as moving inland
and/or uphill preferably by foot.

* Boat operators,
* Where time and conditions permit, move your boat out to
sea to a depth of at least 180 feet.

* If at sea avoid entering shallow water, harbors,
marinas, bays, and inlets to avoid floating and
submerged debris and strong currents.

* Do not go to the shore to observe the tsunami.

* Do not return to the coast until local emergency officials
indicate it is safe to do so.

If you are in a tsunami watch area;

* Prepare to take action and stay alert for further
information.


IMPACTS
-------
Impacts will vary at different locations in the warning
areas.

If you are in a tsunami warning area;

* A tsunami with damaging waves and powerful currents is
possible.

* Repeated coastal flooding is possible as waves arrive
onshore, move inland, and drain back into the ocean.

* Strong and unusual waves, currents and inland flooding
can drown or injure people and weaken or destroy structures
on land and in water.

* Water filled with floating or submerged debris that can
injure or kill people and weaken or destroy buildings and
bridges is possible.

* Strong and unusual currents and waves in harbors,
marinas, bays, and inlets may be especially
destructive.

* Some impacts may continue for many hours to days after
arrival of the first wave.

* The first wave may not be the largest so later waves may
be larger.

* Each wave may last 5 to 45 minutes as a wave encroaches
and recedes.

* Coasts facing all directions are threatened because the
waves can wrap around islands and headlands and into bays.

* Strong shaking or rolling of the ground indicates an
earthquake has occurred and a tsunami may be imminent.

* A rapidly receding or receded shoreline, unusual waves and
sounds, and strong currents are signs of a tsunami.

* The tsunami may appear as water moving rapidly out to sea,
a gentle rising tide like flood with no breaking wave,
as a series of breaking waves, or a frothy wall of water.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND NEXT UPDATE
--------------------------------------
* Refer to the internet site tsunami.gov for more information.

* Pacific coastal residents outside California, Oregon,
Washington, British Columbia and Alaska should refer to the
Pacific Tsunami Warning Center messages at tsunami.gov.

* This message will be updated within 30 minutes.

$$

2018-01-23 10:31

WEPA40 PHEB 231020
TSUPAC

TSUNAMI MESSAGE NUMBER 2
NWS PACIFIC TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER EWA BEACH HI
1017 UTC TUE JAN 23 2018

...PTWC TSUNAMI THREAT MESSAGE...


**** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE *****

THIS MESSAGE IS ISSUED FOR INFORMATION ONLY IN SUPPORT OF THE
UNESCO/IOC PACIFIC TSUNAMI WARNING AND MITIGATION SYSTEM AND IS
MEANT FOR NATIONAL AUTHORITIES IN EACH COUNTRY OF THAT SYSTEM.

NATIONAL AUTHORITIES WILL DETERMINE THE APPROPRIATE LEVEL OF
ALERT FOR EACH COUNTRY AND MAY ISSUE ADDITIONAL OR MORE REFINED
INFORMATION.

**** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE *****

THE TSUNAMI FORECAST IS UPDATED IN THIS MESSAGE.


PRELIMINARY EARTHQUAKE PARAMETERS
---------------------------------

* MAGNITUDE 8.2
* ORIGIN TIME 0932 UTC JAN 23 2018
* COORDINATES 56.0 NORTH 149.2 WEST
* DEPTH 19 KM / 12 MILES
* LOCATION GULF OF ALASKA


EVALUATION
----------

* AN EARTHQUAKE WITH A PRELIMINARY MAGNITUDE OF 8.2 OCCURRED IN
THE GULF OF ALASKA AT 0932 UTC ON TUESDAY JANUARY 23 2018.

* BASED ON ALL AVAILABLE DATA... HAZARDOUS TSUNAMI WAVES ARE
FORECAST FOR SOME COASTS.


TSUNAMI THREAT FORECAST...UPDATED
---------------------------------

* THE FORECAST BASED ON THE EARTHQUAKE MECHANISM SHOWS NO
THREAT FOR AREAS OF THE PACIFIC COVERED BY THIS PRODUCT.
WE ARE WAITING FOR SEA LEVEL DATA TO CONFIRM THIS FORECAST.

* TSUNAMI WAVES ARE FORECAST TO BE LESS THAN 0.3 METERS ABOVE
THE TIDE LEVEL FOR THE COASTS OF

GUAM... HAWAII... JAPAN... JOHNSTON ATOLL... MEXICO...
MIDWAY ISLAND... NORTHERN MARIANAS... NORTHWESTERN
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS... RUSSIA... AND WAKE ISLAND.


* ACTUAL AMPLITUDES AT THE COAST MAY VARY FROM FORECAST
AMPLITUDES DUE TO UNCERTAINTIES IN THE FORECAST AND LOCAL
FEATURES. IN PARTICULAR MAXIMUM TSUNAMI AMPLITUDES ON ATOLLS
AND AT LOCATIONS WITH FRINGING OR BARRIER REEFS WILL LIKELY
BE MUCH SMALLER THAN THE FORECAST INDICATES.

* FOR OTHER AREAS COVERED BY THIS PRODUCT A FORECAST HAS NOT
YET BEEN COMPUTED. THE FORECAST WILL BE EXPANDED IF
NECESSARY IN SUBSEQUENT PRODUCTS.


RECOMMENDED ACTIONS
-------------------

* GOVERNMENT AGENCIES RESPONSIBLE FOR THREATENED COASTAL AREAS
SHOULD TAKE ACTION TO INFORM AND INSTRUCT ANY COASTAL
POPULATIONS AT RISK IN ACCORDANCE WITH THEIR OWN
EVALUATION... PROCEDURES AND THE LEVEL OF THREAT.

* PERSONS LOCATED IN THREATENED COASTAL AREAS SHOULD STAY ALERT
FOR INFORMATION AND FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS FROM NATIONAL AND
LOCAL AUTHORITIES.


POTENTIAL IMPACTS
-----------------

* A TSUNAMI IS A SERIES OF WAVES. THE TIME BETWEEN WAVE CRESTS
CAN VARY FROM 5 MINUTES TO AN HOUR. THE HAZARD MAY PERSIST
FOR MANY HOURS OR LONGER AFTER THE INITIAL WAVE.

* IMPACTS CAN VARY SIGNIFICANTLY FROM ONE SECTION OF COAST TO
THE NEXT DUE TO LOCAL BATHYMETRY AND THE SHAPE AND ELEVATION
OF THE SHORELINE.

* IMPACTS CAN ALSO VARY DEPENDING UPON THE STATE OF THE TIDE AT
THE TIME OF THE MAXIMUM TSUNAMI WAVES.

* PERSONS CAUGHT IN THE WATER OF A TSUNAMI MAY DROWN... BE
CRUSHED BY DEBRIS IN THE WATER... OR BE SWEPT OUT TO SEA.


NEXT UPDATE AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
--------------------------------------

* THE NEXT MESSAGE WILL BE ISSUED IN ONE HOUR... OR SOONER IF
THE SITUATION WARRANTS.

* AUTHORITATIVE INFORMATION ABOUT THE EARTHQUAKE FROM THE U.S.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY CAN BE FOUND ON THE INTERNET AT
EARTHQUAKE.USGS.GOV/EARTHQUAKES -ALL LOWER CASE-.

* FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THIS EVENT MAY BE FOUND AT
PTWC.WEATHER.GOV AND AT WWW.TSUNAMI.GOV.

* COASTAL REGIONS OF HAWAII... AMERICAN SAMOA... GUAM... AND
CNMI SHOULD REFER TO PACIFIC TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER MESSAGES
SPECIFICALLY FOR THOSE PLACES THAT CAN BE FOUND AT
PTWC.WEATHER.GOV.

* COASTAL REGIONS OF CALIFORNIA... OREGON... WASHINGTON...
BRITISH COLUMBIA AND ALASKA SHOULD ONLY REFER TO U.S.
NATIONAL TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER MESSAGES THAT CAN BE FOUND
AT NTWC.ARH.NOAA.GOV.

$$

2018-01-23 10:31

WEHW40 PHEB 231021
TSUHWX
HIZ001>003-005>009-012>014-016>021-023>026-231221-
/O.CON.PHEB.TS.A.0001.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/

BULLETIN
TSUNAMI MESSAGE NUMBER 2
NWS PACIFIC TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER EWA BEACH HI
1220 AM HST TUE JAN 23 2018

TO - EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT IN THE STATE OF HAWAII

SUBJECT - TSUNAMI WATCH SUPPLEMENT

A TSUNAMI WATCH CONTINUES IN EFFECT FOR THE STATE OF HAWAII.

AN EARTHQUAKE HAS OCCURRED WITH THESE PRELIMINARY PARAMETERS

ORIGIN TIME - 1132 PM HST 22 JAN 2018
COORDINATES - 56.0 NORTH 149.2 WEST
LOCATION - GULF OF ALASKA
MAGNITUDE - 8.2 MOMENT

EVALUATION

BASED ON ALL AVAILABLE DATA A TSUNAMI MAY HAVE BEEN GENERATED BY
THIS EARTHQUAKE THAT COULD BE DESTRUCTIVE ON COASTAL AREAS EVEN
FAR FROM THE EPICENTER. AN INVESTIGATION IS UNDERWAY TO DETERMINE
IF THERE IS A TSUNAMI THREAT TO HAWAII.

IF TSUNAMI WAVES IMPACT HAWAII THE ESTIMATED EARLIEST ARRIVAL OF
THE FIRST TSUNAMI WAVE IS

0423 AM HST TUE 23 JAN 2018

FURTHER MESSAGES WILL BE ISSUED HOURLY OR SOONER AS CONDITIONS
WARRANT UNTIL THE THREAT TO HAWAII HAS PASSED.

$$

2018-01-23 10:16

WEAK51 PAAQ 231005
TSUAK1

BULLETIN
Public Tsunami Message Number 2
NWS National Tsunami Warning Center Palmer AK
105 AM AKST Tue Jan 23 2018

UPDATES
-------
* Revised magnitude


...THE TSUNAMI WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT...


...THE TSUNAMI WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT...


Tsunami Warning in Effect for;

* BRITISH COLUMBIA, The Juan de Fuca Strait coast, the outer
west coast of Vancouver Island, the central coast and
northeast Vancouver Island, and the north coast and Haida
Gwaii

* SOUTHEAST ALASKA, The inner and outer coast from The
BC/Alaska Border to Cape Fairweather, Alaska (80 miles SE
of Yakutat)

* SOUTH ALASKA AND THE ALASKA PENINSULA, Pacific coasts from
Cape Fairweather, Alaska (80 miles SE of Yakutat) to Unimak
Pass, Alaska (80 miles NE of Unalaska)

* ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, Unimak Pass, Alaska (80 miles NE of
Unalaska) to Attu, Alaska including the Pribilof Islands


Tsunami Watch in Effect for;

* CALIFORNIA, The coast from The Cal./Mexico Border to The
Oregon/Cal. Border including San Francisco Bay

* OREGON, The coast from The Oregon/Cal. Border to The
Oregon/Wash. Border including the Columbia River estuary
coast

* WASHINGTON, Outer coast from the Oregon/Washington border
to Slip Point, Columbia River estuary coast, and the Juan
de Fuca Strait coast


PRELIMINARY EARTHQUAKE PARAMETERS - UPDATED
-------------------------------------------
* The following parameters are based on a rapid preliminary
assessment and changes may occur.

* Magnitude 8.2
* Origin Time 0032 AKST Jan 23 2018
0132 PST Jan 23 2018
0932 UTC Jan 23 2018
* Coordinates 56.0 North 149.1 West
* Depth 12 miles
* Location 175 miles SE of Kodiak City, Alaska
360 miles S of Anchorage, Alaska


FORECASTS OF TSUNAMI ACTIVITY
-----------------------------
* Tsunami activity is forecasted to start at the following
locations at the specified times.

FORECAST
START
SITE OF TSUNAMI
---- ----------

* Alaska
Kodiak 0145 AKST Jan 23
Elfin Cove 0150 AKST Jan 23
Seward 0155 AKST Jan 23
Yakutat 0200 AKST Jan 23
Sitka 0200 AKST Jan 23
Valdez 0215 AKST Jan 23
Cordova 0220 AKST Jan 23
Sand Point 0220 AKST Jan 23
Unalaska 0240 AKST Jan 23
Homer 0250 AKST Jan 23
Craig 0300 AKST Jan 23
Cold Bay 0300 AKST Jan 23
Adak 0305 AKST Jan 23
Shemya 0345 AKST Jan 23
Saint Paul 0400 AKST Jan 23

* British Columbia
Langara 0210 AKST Jan 23
Tofino 0340 AKST Jan 23

* Washington
Neah Bay 0450 PST Jan 23
Long Beach 0455 PST Jan 23
Moclips 0500 PST Jan 23
Westport 0505 PST Jan 23
Port Angeles 0530 PST Jan 23
Port Townsend 0555 PST Jan 23

* Oregon
Port Orford 0505 PST Jan 23
Seaside 0505 PST Jan 23
Newport 0510 PST Jan 23
Charleston 0510 PST Jan 23
Brookings 0515 PST Jan 23

* California
Crescent City 0520 PST Jan 23
Fort Bragg 0525 PST Jan 23
Horse Mountain 0525 PST Jan 23
Monterey 0555 PST Jan 23
San Francisco 0620 PST Jan 23
Port San Luis 0620 PST Jan 23
Santa Barbara 0635 PST Jan 23
Los Angeles Harb 0650 PST Jan 23
Newport Beach 0700 PST Jan 23
Oceanside 0705 PST Jan 23
La Jolla 0705 PST Jan 23


OBSERVATIONS OF TSUNAMI ACTIVITY
--------------------------------
* No tsunami observations are available to report.


RECOMMENDED ACTIONS
-------------------
Actions to protect human life and property will
vary within tsunami warning areas.

If you are in a tsunami warning area;

* Evacuate inland or to higher ground above and beyond
designated tsunami hazard zones or move to an upper floor
of a multi-story building depending on your situation.

* Move out of the water, off the beach, and away from
harbors, marinas, breakwaters, bays and inlets.

* Be alert to and follow instructions from your local
emergency officials because they may have more detailed or
specific information for your location.

* If you feel a strong earthquake or extended ground rolling
take immediate protective actions such as moving inland
and/or uphill preferably by foot.

* Boat operators,
* Where time and conditions permit, move your boat out to
sea to a depth of at least 180 feet.

* If at sea avoid entering shallow water, harbors,
marinas, bays, and inlets to avoid floating and
submerged debris and strong currents.

* Do not go to the shore to observe the tsunami.

* Do not return to the coast until local emergency officials
indicate it is safe to do so.

If you are in a tsunami watch area;

* Prepare to take action and stay alert for further
information.


IMPACTS
-------
Impacts will vary at different locations in the warning
areas.

If you are in a tsunami warning area;

* A tsunami with damaging waves and powerful currents is
possible.

* Repeated coastal flooding is possible as waves arrive
onshore, move inland, and drain back into the ocean.

* Strong and unusual waves, currents and inland flooding
can drown or injure people and weaken or destroy structures
on land and in water.

* Water filled with floating or submerged debris that can
injure or kill people and weaken or destroy buildings and
bridges is possible.

* Strong and unusual currents and waves in harbors,
marinas, bays, and inlets may be especially
destructive.

* Some impacts may continue for many hours to days after
arrival of the first wave.

* The first wave may not be the largest so later waves may
be larger.

* Each wave may last 5 to 45 minutes as a wave encroaches
and recedes.

* Coasts facing all directions are threatened because the
waves can wrap around islands and headlands and into bays.

* Strong shaking or rolling of the ground indicates an
earthquake has occurred and a tsunami may be imminent.

* A rapidly receding or receded shoreline, unusual waves and
sounds, and strong currents are signs of a tsunami.

* The tsunami may appear as water moving rapidly out to sea,
a gentle rising tide like flood with no breaking wave,
as a series of breaking waves, or a frothy wall of water.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND NEXT UPDATE
--------------------------------------
* Refer to the internet site tsunami.gov for more information.

* Pacific coastal residents outside California, Oregon,
Washington, British Columbia and Alaska should refer to the
Pacific Tsunami Warning Center messages at tsunami.gov.

* This message will be updated within 30 minutes.

$$

2018-01-23 10:01

WEIO24 AMMC 230945
---------------------------------------------------------------------
TSUNAMI BULLETIN NOTIFICATION MESSAGE NUMBER 1
IOTWMS TSUNAMI SERVICE PROVIDER AUSTRALIA [JATWC]
ISSUED AT 0945 UTC TUESDAY 23 JANUARY 2018
---------------------------------------------------------------------
TO: INDIAN OCEAN NATIONAL TSUNAMI WARNING CENTRES [NTWCs]
FROM: IOTWMS-TSP AUSTRALIA

NOTIFICATION:
IOTWMS-TSP AUSTRALIA HAS JUST ISSUED TSUNAMI BULLETIN NUMBER 1
FOR THE INDIAN OCEAN, BASED ON THE FOLLOWING EARTHQUAKE EVENT:

MAGNITUDE: 7.9 MWP
DEPTH: 15KM
DATE: 23 JAN 2018
ORIGIN TIME: 0931 UTC
LATITUDE: 55.95N
LONGITUDE: 149.11W
LOCATION: GULF OF ALASKA

TO VIEW THE BULLETIN GO TO THE IOTWMS-TSP AUSTRALIA WEBSITE AT:

http://reg.bom.gov.au/tsunami/rtsp/index.shtml

NOTE: THIS IS A RESTRICTED-ACCESS WEBSITE CONTAINING TECHNICAL DATA
FOR NATIONAL TSUNAMI WARNING CENTRES ONLY. IT IS NOT FOR GENERAL
PUBLIC ACCESS.

GENERAL PUBLIC INFORMATION FOR THIS EVENT IS AVAILABLE FROM:

JOINT AUSTRALIAN TSUNAMI WARNING CENTRE [JATWC]
BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA
http://www.bom.gov.au/tsunami

END OF NOTIFICATION MESSAGE
---------------------------------------------------------------------

2018-01-23 10:01

WEIO22 WIIX 230958
TSP-INATEWS-20180123-0958-002
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
TSUNAMI BULLETIN NOTIFICATION MESSAGE NUMBER 2
IOTWMS TSUNAMI SERVICE PROVIDER INDONESIA (INATEWS-BMKG)
ISSUED AT 0958 UTC, TUESDAY, 23 JANUARY 2018
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
TO: INDIAN OCEAN NATIONAL TSUNAMI WARNING CENTRES (NTWC)
FROM: IOTWMS-TSP INDONESIA

NOTIFICATION:
IOTWMS-TSP INDONESIA HAS JUST ISSUED TSUNAMI BULLETIN NUMBER 2 FOR
THE INDIAN OCEAN, BASED ON THE FOLLOWING EARTHQUAKE EVENT:

MAGNITUDE : 7.8 MWP (REVISED)
DEPTH : 10KM
DATE : 23 JAN 2018
ORIGIN TIME: 09:31:39 UTC
LATITUDE : 55.93N
LONGITUDE : 149.21W
LOCATION : GULF OF ALASKA

TO VIEW THE BULLETIN GO TO THE IOTWMS-TSP INDONESIA WEBSITE AT:

HTTP://RTSP.BMKG.GO.ID

NOTE: THIS IS A RESTRICTED-ACCESS WEBSITE CONTAINING TECHNICAL DATA
FOR INDIAN OCEAN NATIONAL TSUNAMI WARNING CENTRES ONLY. IT IS NOT
FOR GENERAL PUBLIC ACCESS.

GENERAL PUBLIC INFORMATION FOR THIS EVENT IS AVAILABLE FROM:

INDONESIA TSUNAMI EARLY WARNING SYSTEM (INATEWS)
THE AGENCY FOR METEOROLOGY CLIMATOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS (BMKG)
ADDRESS: JL. ANGKASA I NO.2 KEMAYORAN, JAKARTA, INDONESIA, 10720
TEL.: 62 (21) 65867045
FAX: 62 (21) 6546316
P.O. BOX 3540 JAKARTA
WEBSITE: HTTP://RTSP.BMKG.GO.ID/PUBLICBULL.PHP
EMAIL : INARTSP@BMKG.GO.ID
MONITRTWP@BMKG.GO.ID

END OF NOTIFICATION MESSAGE
--------------------------------------------------------------

2018-01-23 10:01

WEIO22 WIIX 230947
TSP-INATEWS-20180123-0947-001
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
TSUNAMI BULLETIN NOTIFICATION MESSAGE NUMBER 1
IOTWMS TSUNAMI SERVICE PROVIDER INDONESIA (INATEWS-BMKG)
ISSUED AT 0947 UTC, TUESDAY, 23 JANUARY 2018
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
TO: INDIAN OCEAN NATIONAL TSUNAMI WARNING CENTRES (NTWC)
FROM: IOTWMS-TSP INDONESIA

NOTIFICATION:
IOTWMS-TSP INDONESIA HAS JUST ISSUED TSUNAMI BULLETIN NUMBER 1 FOR
THE INDIAN OCEAN, BASED ON THE FOLLOWING EARTHQUAKE EVENT:

MAGNITUDE : 7.8 MWP
DEPTH : 10KM
DATE : 23 JAN 2018
ORIGIN TIME: 09:31:39 UTC
LATITUDE : 55.93N
LONGITUDE : 149.21W
LOCATION : GULF OF ALASKA

TO VIEW THE BULLETIN GO TO THE IOTWMS-TSP INDONESIA WEBSITE AT:

HTTP://RTSP.BMKG.GO.ID

NOTE: THIS IS A RESTRICTED-ACCESS WEBSITE CONTAINING TECHNICAL DATA
FOR INDIAN OCEAN NATIONAL TSUNAMI WARNING CENTRES ONLY. IT IS NOT
FOR GENERAL PUBLIC ACCESS.

GENERAL PUBLIC INFORMATION FOR THIS EVENT IS AVAILABLE FROM:

INDONESIA TSUNAMI EARLY WARNING SYSTEM (INATEWS)
THE AGENCY FOR METEOROLOGY CLIMATOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS (BMKG)
ADDRESS: JL. ANGKASA I NO.2 KEMAYORAN, JAKARTA, INDONESIA, 10720
TEL.: 62 (21) 65867045
FAX: 62 (21) 6546316
P.O. BOX 3540 JAKARTA
WEBSITE: HTTP://RTSP.BMKG.GO.ID/PUBLICBULL.PHP
EMAIL : INARTSP@BMKG.GO.ID
MONITRTWP@BMKG.GO.ID

END OF NOTIFICATION MESSAGE
--------------------------------------------------------------

2018-01-23 09:46

WEPA40 PHEB 230943
TSUPAC

TSUNAMI MESSAGE NUMBER 1
NWS PACIFIC TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER EWA BEACH HI
0943 UTC TUE JAN 23 2018

...PTWC TSUNAMI THREAT MESSAGE...


**** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE *****

THIS MESSAGE IS ISSUED FOR INFORMATION ONLY IN SUPPORT OF THE
UNESCO/IOC PACIFIC TSUNAMI WARNING AND MITIGATION SYSTEM AND IS
MEANT FOR NATIONAL AUTHORITIES IN EACH COUNTRY OF THAT SYSTEM.

NATIONAL AUTHORITIES WILL DETERMINE THE APPROPRIATE LEVEL OF
ALERT FOR EACH COUNTRY AND MAY ISSUE ADDITIONAL OR MORE REFINED
INFORMATION.

**** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE **** NOTICE *****


PRELIMINARY EARTHQUAKE PARAMETERS
---------------------------------

* MAGNITUDE 8.0
* ORIGIN TIME 0932 UTC JAN 23 2018
* COORDINATES 56.0 NORTH 149.2 WEST
* DEPTH 19 KM / 12 MILES
* LOCATION GULF OF ALASKA


EVALUATION
----------

* AN EARTHQUAKE WITH A PRELIMINARY MAGNITUDE OF 8.0 OCCURRED IN
THE GULF OF ALASKA AT 0932 UTC ON TUESDAY JANUARY 23 2018.

* BASED ON THE PRELIMINARY EARTHQUAKE PARAMETERS... WIDESPREAD
HAZARDOUS TSUNAMI WAVES ARE POSSIBLE.


TSUNAMI THREAT FORECAST
-----------------------

* HAZARDOUS TSUNAMI WAVES FROM THIS EARTHQUAKE ARE POSSIBLE
WITHIN THE NEXT THREE HOURS ALONG SOME COASTS OF

NO AREAS COVERED BY THIS MESSAGE APPEAR TO BE IMMEDIATELY
THREATENED. HOWEVER... THE SITUATION IS STILL UNDER
INVESTIGATION. THIS THREAT EVALUATION WILL BE UPDATED AS
SOON AS FURTHER INFORMATION BECOMES AVAILABLE.


RECOMMENDED ACTIONS
-------------------

* GOVERNMENT AGENCIES RESPONSIBLE FOR THREATENED COASTAL AREAS
SHOULD TAKE ACTION TO INFORM AND INSTRUCT ANY COASTAL
POPULATIONS AT RISK IN ACCORDANCE WITH THEIR OWN
EVALUATION... PROCEDURES AND THE LEVEL OF THREAT.

* PERSONS LOCATED IN THREATENED COASTAL AREAS SHOULD STAY ALERT
FOR INFORMATION AND FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS FROM NATIONAL AND
LOCAL AUTHORITIES.


POTENTIAL IMPACTS
-----------------

* A TSUNAMI IS A SERIES OF WAVES. THE TIME BETWEEN WAVE CRESTS
CAN VARY FROM 5 MINUTES TO AN HOUR. THE HAZARD MAY PERSIST
FOR MANY HOURS OR LONGER AFTER THE INITIAL WAVE.

* IMPACTS CAN VARY SIGNIFICANTLY FROM ONE SECTION OF COAST TO
THE NEXT DUE TO LOCAL BATHYMETRY AND THE SHAPE AND ELEVATION
OF THE SHORELINE.

* IMPACTS CAN ALSO VARY DEPENDING UPON THE STATE OF THE TIDE AT
THE TIME OF THE MAXIMUM TSUNAMI WAVES.

* PERSONS CAUGHT IN THE WATER OF A TSUNAMI MAY DROWN... BE
CRUSHED BY DEBRIS IN THE WATER... OR BE SWEPT OUT TO SEA.


NEXT UPDATE AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
--------------------------------------

* THE NEXT MESSAGE WILL BE ISSUED IN ONE HOUR... OR SOONER IF
THE SITUATION WARRANTS.

* AUTHORITATIVE INFORMATION ABOUT THE EARTHQUAKE FROM THE U.S.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY CAN BE FOUND ON THE INTERNET AT
EARTHQUAKE.USGS.GOV/EARTHQUAKES -ALL LOWER CASE-.

* FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THIS EVENT MAY BE FOUND AT
PTWC.WEATHER.GOV AND AT WWW.TSUNAMI.GOV.

* COASTAL REGIONS OF HAWAII... AMERICAN SAMOA... GUAM... AND
CNMI SHOULD REFER TO PACIFIC TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER MESSAGES
SPECIFICALLY FOR THOSE PLACES THAT CAN BE FOUND AT
PTWC.WEATHER.GOV.

* COASTAL REGIONS OF CALIFORNIA... OREGON... WASHINGTON...
BRITISH COLUMBIA AND ALASKA SHOULD ONLY REFER TO U.S.
NATIONAL TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER MESSAGES THAT CAN BE FOUND
AT NTWC.ARH.NOAA.GOV.

$$

2018-01-23 09:46

WEIO20 DEMS 230940

---------------------------------------------------------------------
TSUNAMI BULLETIN NOTIFICATION MESSAGE NUMBER 1
IOTWMS TSUNAMI SERVICE PROVIDER INDIA (ITEWC)
ISSUED AT 0940 UTC TUESDAY 23 JANUARY 2018
---------------------------------------------------------------------
TO: INDIAN OCEAN NATIONAL TSUNAMI WARNING CENTRES (NTWC)
FROM: IOTWMS-TSP INDIA

NOTIFICATION:
IOTWMS-TSP INDIA HAS JUST ISSUED TSUNAMI BULLETIN NUMBER 1 FOR
THE INDIAN OCEAN, BASED ON THE FOLLOWING EARTHQUAKE EVENT:

MAGNITUDE: 7.7 M
DEPTH: 10 km
DATE: 23 JAN 2018
ORIGIN TIME: 0931UTC
LATITUDE: 56.01 N
LONGITUDE: 149.25 W
LOCATION: GULF OF ALASKA

TO VIEW THE BULLETIN GO TO THE IOTWMS-TSP INDIA WEBSITE AT:

http://www.incois.gov.in/tsunami/Login.jsp?eventid=incois2018boxy&bno=1&type=I&bfid=TSP

NOTE: THIS IS A RESTRICTED-ACCESS WEBSITE CONTAINING TECHNICAL DATA
FOR INDIAN OCEAN NATIONAL TSUNAMI WARNING CENTRES ONLY. IT IS NOT
FOR GENERAL PUBLIC ACCESS.

GENERAL PUBLIC INFORMATION FOR THIS EVENT IS AVAILABLE FROM:

INDIAN TSUNAMI EARLY WARNING CENTRE (ITEWC)
INDIAN NATIONAL CENTRE FOR OCEAN INFORMATION SERVICES (INCOIS)
ADDRESS:OCEAN VALLEY, PRAGATHI NAGAR (BO), NIZAMPET (SO),
HYDERABAD - 500 090, INDIA
PHONE: 91-40-23895011
FAX: 91-40-23895012
EMAIL: tsunami@incois.gov.in
WEB: www.incois.gov.in

END OF NOTIFICATION MESSAGE
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2018-01-23 09:46

WEHW40 PHEB 230943
TSUHWX
HIZ001>003-005>009-012>014-016>021-023>026-231143-
/O.NEW.PHEB.TS.A.0001.180123T0943Z-000000T0000Z/

BULLETIN
TSUNAMI MESSAGE NUMBER 1
NWS PACIFIC TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER EWA BEACH HI
1143 PM HST MON JAN 22 2018

TO - EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT IN THE STATE OF HAWAII

SUBJECT - TSUNAMI WATCH

A TSUNAMI WATCH IS ISSUED FOR THE STATE OF HAWAII EFFECTIVE AT
1143 PM HST.

AN EARTHQUAKE HAS OCCURRED WITH THESE PRELIMINARY PARAMETERS

ORIGIN TIME - 1132 PM HST 22 JAN 2018
COORDINATES - 56.0 NORTH 149.2 WEST
LOCATION - GULF OF ALASKA
MAGNITUDE - 8.0 MOMENT

EVALUATION

BASED ON ALL AVAILABLE DATA A TSUNAMI MAY HAVE BEEN GENERATED BY
THIS EARTHQUAKE THAT COULD BE DESTRUCTIVE ON COASTAL AREAS EVEN
FAR FROM THE EPICENTER. AN INVESTIGATION IS UNDERWAY TO DETERMINE
IF THERE IS A TSUNAMI THREAT TO HAWAII.

IF TSUNAMI WAVES IMPACT HAWAII THE ESTIMATED EARLIEST ARRIVAL OF
THE FIRST TSUNAMI WAVE IS

0426 AM HST TUE 23 JAN 2018

FURTHER MESSAGES WILL BE ISSUED HOURLY OR SOONER AS CONDITIONS
WARRANT UNTIL THE THREAT TO HAWAII HAS PASSED.

$$

2018-01-23 09:46

WEAK51 PAAQ 230935
TSUAK1

BULLETIN
Public Tsunami Message Number 1
NWS National Tsunami Warning Center Palmer AK
1235 AM AKST Tue Jan 23 2018

...A TSUNAMI WARNING IS NOW IN EFFECT...


...A TSUNAMI WATCH IS NOW IN EFFECT...


Tsunami Warning in Effect for;

* BRITISH COLUMBIA, The Juan de Fuca Strait coast, the outer
west coast of Vancouver Island, the central coast and
northeast Vancouver Island, and the north coast and Haida
Gwaii

* SOUTHEAST ALASKA, The inner and outer coast from The
BC/Alaska Border to Cape Fairweather, Alaska (80 miles SE
of Yakutat)

* SOUTH ALASKA AND THE ALASKA PENINSULA, Pacific coasts from
Cape Fairweather, Alaska (80 miles SE of Yakutat) to Unimak
Pass, Alaska (80 miles NE of Unalaska)

* ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, Unimak Pass, Alaska (80 miles NE of
Unalaska) to Attu, Alaska including the Pribilof Islands


Tsunami Watch in Effect for;

* CALIFORNIA, The coast from The Cal./Mexico Border to The
Oregon/Cal. Border including San Francisco Bay

* OREGON, The coast from The Oregon/Cal. Border to The
Oregon/Wash. Border including the Columbia River estuary
coast

* WASHINGTON, Outer coast from the Oregon/Washington border
to Slip Point, Columbia River estuary coast, and the Juan
de Fuca Strait coast


PRELIMINARY EARTHQUAKE PARAMETERS
---------------------------------
* The following parameters are based on a rapid preliminary
assessment and changes may occur.

* Magnitude 8.0
* Origin Time 0032 AKST Jan 23 2018
0132 PST Jan 23 2018
0932 UTC Jan 23 2018
* Coordinates 56.0 North 149.2 West
* Depth 12 miles
* Location 175 miles SE of Kodiak City, Alaska
365 miles S of Anchorage, Alaska


FORECASTS OF TSUNAMI ACTIVITY
-----------------------------
* Tsunami activity is forecasted to start at the following
locations at the specified times.

FORECAST
START
SITE OF TSUNAMI
---- ----------

* Alaska
Kodiak 0145 AKST Jan 23
Seward 0155 AKST Jan 23
Elfin Cove 0155 AKST Jan 23
Sitka 0200 AKST Jan 23
Yakutat 0205 AKST Jan 23
Valdez 0215 AKST Jan 23
Sand Point 0220 AKST Jan 23
Cordova 0225 AKST Jan 23
Unalaska 0240 AKST Jan 23
Homer 0255 AKST Jan 23
Craig 0300 AKST Jan 23
Cold Bay 0300 AKST Jan 23
Adak 0305 AKST Jan 23
Shemya 0350 AKST Jan 23
Saint Paul 0400 AKST Jan 23

* British Columbia
Langara 0210 AKST Jan 23
Tofino 0340 AKST Jan 23

* Washington
Neah Bay 0455 PST Jan 23
Long Beach 0500 PST Jan 23
Moclips 0500 PST Jan 23
Westport 0510 PST Jan 23
Port Angeles 0530 PST Jan 23
Port Townsend 0555 PST Jan 23

* Oregon
Port Orford 0505 PST Jan 23
Charleston 0510 PST Jan 23
Seaside 0510 PST Jan 23
Newport 0515 PST Jan 23
Brookings 0515 PST Jan 23

* California
Crescent City 0520 PST Jan 23
Horse Mountain 0525 PST Jan 23
Fort Bragg 0525 PST Jan 23
Monterey 0555 PST Jan 23
San Francisco 0620 PST Jan 23
Port San Luis 0620 PST Jan 23
Santa Barbara 0635 PST Jan 23
Los Angeles Harb 0650 PST Jan 23
Newport Beach 0700 PST Jan 23
La Jolla 0705 PST Jan 23
Oceanside 0705 PST Jan 23


OBSERVATIONS OF TSUNAMI ACTIVITY
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* No tsunami observations are available to report.


RECOMMENDED ACTIONS
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Actions to protect human life and property will
vary within tsunami warning areas.

If you are in a tsunami warning area;

* Evacuate inland or to higher ground above and beyond
designated tsunami hazard zones or move to an upper floor
of a multi-story building depending on your situation.

* Move out of the water, off the beach, and away from
harbors, marinas, breakwaters, bays and inlets.

* Be alert to and follow instructions from your local
emergency officials because they may have more detailed or
specific information for your location.

* If you feel a strong earthquake or extended ground rolling
take immediate protective actions such as moving inland
and/or uphill preferably by foot.

* Boat operators,
* Where time and conditions permit, move your boat out to
sea to a depth of at least 180 feet.

* If at sea avoid entering shallow water, harbors,
marinas, bays, and inlets to avoid floating and
submerged debris and strong currents.

* Do not go to the shore to observe the tsunami.

* Do not return to the coast until local emergency officials
indicate it is safe to do so.

If you are in a tsunami watch area;

* Prepare to take action and stay alert for further
information.


IMPACTS
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Impacts will vary at different locations in the warning
areas.

If you are in a tsunami warning area;

* A tsunami with damaging waves and powerful currents is
possible.

* Repeated coastal flooding is possible as waves arrive
onshore, move inland, and drain back into the ocean.

* Strong and unusual waves, currents and inland flooding
can drown or injure people and weaken or destroy structures
on land and in water.

* Water filled with floating or submerged debris that can
injure or kill people and weaken or destroy buildings and
bridges is possible.

* Strong and unusual currents and waves in harbors,
marinas, bays, and inlets may be especially
destructive.

* Some impacts may continue for many hours to days after
arrival of the first wave.

* The first wave may not be the largest so later waves may
be larger.

* Each wave may last 5 to 45 minutes as a wave encroaches
and recedes.

* Coasts facing all directions are threatened because the
waves can wrap around islands and headlands and into bays.

* Strong shaking or rolling of the ground indicates an
earthquake has occurred and a tsunami may be imminent.

* A rapidly receding or receded shoreline, unusual waves and
sounds, and strong currents are signs of a tsunami.

* The tsunami may appear as water moving rapidly out to sea,
a gentle rising tide like flood with no breaking wave,
as a series of breaking waves, or a frothy wall of water.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND NEXT UPDATE
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* Refer to the internet site tsunami.gov for more information.

* Pacific coastal residents outside California, Oregon,
Washington, British Columbia and Alaska should refer to the
Pacific Tsunami Warning Center messages at tsunami.gov.

* This message will be updated within 30 minutes.

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