Fukushima Live Stream: Watch the Latest Tsunami Updates Online

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A 6.9 earthquake hit off the coast of Fukushima, Japan and now a tsunami warning has been issued. The latest reports are urging people in Fukushima to go to higher ground, saying a 3-meter high tsunami may be about 20 kilometers from shore. The earthquake was originally said to be a 7.3, but it was later downgraded to a 6.9 by the USGS. However, the Japan Meteorological Agency is giving the quake a magnitude of 7.4.

The newscast in the video above provides live coverage from Japan with the latest news on the tsunami. The epicenter was off the coast of Fukushima prefecture at a depth of about 6 miles, Reuters reported. It struck at about 6 a.m. local time, 4 p.m. Eastern. If the feed above goes down, you can also watch a live Periscope stream from a meteorologist from NHK World in Tokyo, reporting in English here. You can also watch a webcam of the Fukushima plant here and a Kamaishi port camera here.

Below is a live stream from Kamaishi City, located in Iwate Prefecture next to Fukushima.

釜石市復興ライブカメラ ~ 避難道路釜石港の風景を定点カメラから24時間365日リアルタイムにお届けします。 We will deliver real-time landscape of Kamaishi City. official page: kamaishi.fukkou-live-camera.com facebook page: facebook.com/fukkoulivecamera こちらも併せて是非ご覧ください。 岩手県釜石市浜町1丁目4番付近の避難道路上に釜石湾と市街を一望できる完全自立型*­のライブカメラを設置。 *完全自立型:光回線及び電柱からの電気を利用していません。 「釜石のいま」を24時間365日、定点カメラからリアルタイム配信します。 SNSなどで復興への応援コメントを頂けたらとても嬉しいです。 カメラは基本的に2分おきに自動巡回します。 (魚河岸・浜町方面~釜石港方面~嬉石町方面~港町方面~大町方面~只越町方面/松原­町方面) また、公式サイトでは過去の映像などアーカイブもご覧頂けます。 みなさんぜひ釜石の復興を応援くださいね。 Rebuilding Tohoku after March 11, 2011 earth quake and tsunami. You can see how the city of Kamaishi (located in Iwate Prefecture next to Fukushima) is being rebuilt by hard work…2016-11-09T15:01:01.000Z

According to Breaking 911, there is no tsunami threat to the U.S. west coast or to Hawaii.

An inflow of water from the tsunami started to be reported around 5 p.m Eastern at the Iwaki Port:

After that, a two-foot tsunami arrived at Onahama Port in Fukushima, followed by a 3-foot tsunami at Soma, the city hit by the 2011 tsunami, Telegraph reported. Tsunami waves also reached the nuclear power plant.

Below is an unofficial tsunami simulator, provided by Breaking 911 weather:

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