Video | Sirens sound in Alaska and fears of a devastating tsunami after the 8.2-magnitude earthquake

طقس العرب GO 2021-07-29 2021-07-29T07:56:24Z
سنان خلف
سنان خلف
محرر أخبار جوية- قسم التواصل الاجتماعي
Video | Sirens sound in Alaska and fears of a devastating tsunami after the 8.2-magnitude earthquake

Arab Weather - Sinan Khalaf - A short while ago, sirens sounded in the coastal areas of the American Alaska Peninsula, warning of a tsunami, following a devastating earthquake of more than 8 degrees on the Richter scale.

 

 

 

And the US authorities published a map of the spread of possible tsunami waves in the Pacific Ocean.

 

 

According to Al-Kharga, the tsunami may reach the coasts of Russia, Japan, the Philippines, Australia and New Zealand within a period ranging between 6 and 15 hours.

 

 

The US Tsunami Warning System, which estimated the magnitude of the earthquake at 8.1, issued a tsunami warning for the US territory of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands in the Pacific Ocean.

Source: agencies

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