There’s a good chance that you’re heading to the beach and the beach is coming.
But there’s a lot more to it than just being a tourist destination.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center has a handy map that tells you where to be safe in a tsunami zone.
To help, we created a map that tracks the tsunami waves hitting different parts of the country.
You can view the map in our interactive graphic below.
Here are the top 10 places to be most vulnerable to a big tsunami:Hawaii, California, Alaska, and Oregon.
Hawaii is one of the more populated places in the U.S., and it’s prone to big earthquakes.
The island state is home to more than 1.6 million people.
There are at least four active earthquakes a year, and more are still on the way.
So, when you’re in the area, you’re at high risk.
Hawaiian State Park and U.K. National Park are also very prone to earthquakes.
And while there’s no tsunami danger in the northern part of the island, there is a risk of landslides and high waves.
The most recent tsunami was a powerful 3.8 magnitude quake in 2011.
And since then, there have been more earthquakes, including one in 2016 that damaged the Kilauea volcano.
The biggest risk is from tsunamis hitting the island.
If you’re visiting Hawaii, you may want to stay away from the beaches and take a ferry or helicopter to escape the danger.
Here’s how to spot tsunami zones in the United States:To find out if there’s any tsunami danger, check the Pacific Tsuami Warning Centre’s map.
The center also publishes a tsunami alert that includes information about where to stay safe in the event of an earthquake.
You should know that you are in a coastal zone.
So if you’re looking for a place to spend a few hours or a few days, head out to the ocean.