A tsunami advisory for Hawaii is being canceled after a large earthquake that struck off the coast of Chile.

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A tsunami advisory for Hawaii is being canceled after a large earthquake that struck off the coast of Chile.

Hawaii’s tsunami advisory was lifted about 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, the National Weather Service said.

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center reported a slight rise in tide levels for the Big Island and Maui, stemming from the 8.2-magnitude quake that struck Tuesday off northern Chile.

Tsunami wave heights across the state are continuing to diminish, the weather officials said.

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Honolulu officials closed Oahu’s popular Hanauma Bay Wednesday as a precaution.

Boaters and swimmers were cautioned about smaller sea-level changes and strong currents.

On Tuesday night, U.S. officials said they found no threat of a tsunami along the coasts of Alaska, California, Oregon or Washington.

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