Japan 6.7: Earthquake Strikes Country Again, Prompting a Tsunami Alert That Doesn't Cover California (So Far)
The last time.
As if Japan needs any more shaking or waves, a 6.7 earthquake hit the east coast of Honshu, Japan today, prompting a tsunami warning for that area, but not for us.
According to Associated Press:
The U.S. Pacific Tsunami warning center said that it did not expect a destructive Pacific-wide tsunami from the quake.
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