A tsunami warning was issued for Hawaii earlier today, but has since been canceled. However, a tsunami advisory remains in effect for the California and Oregon. Here's the text of the advisory from the Tsunami Warning Center in Palmer, Alaska:
...A TSUNAMI ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT WHICH INCLUDES THE
COASTAL AREAS OF CALIFORNIA AND OREGON FROM THE
CALIFORNIA-MEXICO BORDER TO THE OREGON-WASHINGTON BORDER...
PERSONS IN TSUNAMI ADVISORY AREAS SHOULD MOVE OUT OF THE
WATER... OFF THE BEACH AND OUT OF HARBORS AND MARINAS.
TSUNAMI ADVISORIES MEAN THAT A TSUNAMI CAPABLE OF PRODUCING
STRONG CURRENTS OR WAVES DANGEROUS TO PERSONS IN OR VERY NEAR
WATER IS IMMINENT OF EXPECTED. SIGNIFICANT WIDESPREAD INUNDATION
IS NOT EXPECTED FOR AREAS IN AN ADVISORY.