No Tsunami Expected After Massive Big Island Earthquake
* Updated October 10, 12:59 PM
UPDATE: The USGS has updated the severity of the earthquake, measuring it as an M-6.2. NWS initially reported the quake as an M-6.1.
There is no threat of a tsunami after a magnitude-6.2 earthquake struck off the coast of Ka´ū late Sunday morning.
At 11:52 am, the National Weather Service Pacific Tsunami Warning Center issued a report that a tsunami is not expected, though many areas likely experienced strong shaking.