From County of Hawaii Civil Defense:
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center has issued a Tsunami Advisory for the State of Hawaii effective 3:24PM this afternoon. An earthquake with a magnitude of 8.3 occurred off the coast of Chile. A tsunami advisory is issued due to the threat of a potential changes in sea level and strong currents which may be dangerous to those in or near the water. The threat may continue for several hours after the arrival of the initial waves or sea level changes, however significant widespread inundation is not expected for areas under an advisory. Presently, the initial arrival of any wave action or sea level changes and currents for Hawaii Island is expected around 3:00am tomorrow morning and may last for several hours. Again, widespread inundation is not expected. This will be the last information update unless conditions change.