You may have heard that there was a couple of big earthquakes off the coast of British Columbia, and that there was a major evacuation in Hawaii for a possible tsunami. We got the word out here too, so it was an evening of moving heavy equipment to high ground and waiting on the 3rd floor of Charlie Barracks. We had the news playing on TV, and were watching our tide gauge data online. We don't have direct access, so we just had to watch it on the NOAA website. We got the all clear about 12:30 pm and all got to go home. As you can see by the screen capture below, we really didn't get much. I checked a few of the beaches today, and there was no sign of anything out of the ordinary, which was alright with me.
Here is the data from the tide station, taken from NOAA's web page:
http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/data_menu.shtml?stn=1619910 Sand Island, Midway Islands, USA&type=Tide Data
You can see the variation after 08:00 on the chart. You can click on it and make it bigger.