A tsunami advisory that was issued Saturday for the coastal Bay Area and Santa Cruz is now canceled, the National Weather Service said.
Locally, strong and dangerous currents hit San Francisco beaches, harbor and marina docks, officials said.
The National Weather Service Bay Area said that although the impact was expected to peak through 9 a.m. in parts of the region such as San Francisco, dangerous conditions will continue throughout the day.
The impacts of the Tsunami advisory in the Bay Area were not limited to the water, In the video below, Rob Mayeda explains how the volcanic eruption in Tonga sent a pressure wave across the Pacific that arrived in the Bay Area.
Santa Cruz County officials asked people to "please avoid the water," and "stay back from the shore!."
In Alameda County, the city of Berkeley were asking people in the Marina to "get out of your boat and off the docks now."
The Berkeley Harbor Master told NBC Bay Area approximately 113 people were evacuated from the Berkeley marina.
According to Berkeley police, evacuation orders were lifted for boats and docks at the Berkeley Marina just after 4 p.m. Saturday. The tsunami advisory is still in effect. They are recommending the public to use caution on boats and docks.
No damage or injuries were reported.
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