Tsunami all-clear sounded, following Mag 8.2 quake Southwest of Kodiak

Kodiak is now all-clear for tsunami’s following last night’s earthquake.

The tsunami warning was spurred by a magnitude 8.2 earthquake at 10:16 PM at a depth of 20 miles, 75 miles Southeast of Chignik. The tsunami itself was a half-foot tall and arrived at 12:27 AM. According to Alaska State Seismologist Michael West, it was the largest earthquake in the Alaska region since 1965. The all-clear was sounded at 12:54 AM.

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