The US issues a tsunami warning on the west coast of the country

The advisory affects the states of Hawaii, California, Oregon, Washington and Alaska.

The Tsunami Warning Service, part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), which includes the National Hurricane Center, the NWS, launched a tsunami warning on the coast this Saturday west of the country after the one that has affected the island of Tonga in the South Pacific.

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The notice affects to the states of Hawaii, California, Oregon, Washington and Alaska.

In any case, the expected waves would not exceed two feet (just over half a meter).

According to the notice, the arrival times of the impact would begin in California at 07:35 in the morning Pacific time (15:00 GMT) and would end around 10 in the morning on the coast of Washington state.

The notice is comes hours after the violent eruption of an underwater volcano near Tonga, in the South Pacific, will cause a tsunami that has hit the coasts of this island nation and has also set off alarms in other countries in the region.

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