AP – A surfer enters the water at a beach near Diamond Head, Saturday, Feb. 27, 2010 in Honolulu. Hawaii …
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – A tsunami advisory has been canceled in the last U.S. area that had been under any sort of alert following the Chilean earthquake.
The canceled the advisory early Sunday morning for the far reaches of the , stretching from Sand Point to Attu in the west.
Much earlier Saturday, a tsunami warning for Hawaii was canceled after just small waves hit the islands.
stretching from the southern California to Alaska's Aleutians along with Canada's British Columbia were under an advisory — the lowest level alert. That advisory was lifted in segments throughout the day.
No injuries or significant property damage were reported in mainland, where waves packed little punch and often amounted to no more than surges or rough surf.
According to the center, among the areas with the highest waves were., at nearly three feet and King Cove, Alaska at two feet. Most sites noted by the center were around a foot or less.