Edited comment: originally linked to the wrong satellite imagery (from a separate eruption several hours ago). The discussion in this link is still informative, but not current:
Expected arrival times in California (Pacific Time):
1 = https://tsunami.gov/events/PAAQ/2022/01/15/r5qho6/3/WEAK51/W...
* California Fort Bragg 0735 PST Jan 15 Monterey 0735 PST Jan 15 Port San Luis 0740 PST Jan 15 Santa Barbara 0745 PST Jan 15 La Jolla 0750 PST Jan 15 Los Angeles Harb 0750 PST Jan 15 Newport Beach 0755 PST Jan 15 Oceanside 0755 PST Jan 15 Crescent City 0800 PST Jan 15 San Francisco 0810 PST Jan 15
Big thanks to earth2day again!
Edit: some Googling tells me it's about 5300 miles from SF to this volcano. At 767mph, that's 6 hours and 54 minutes. The volcano erupted at 8:26pm Pacific, meaning at around 3:20am Pacific time the sound should reach SF.
Thread collecting other amateur observations.
Seems my indoor Netatmo module also caught it - https://imgur.com/a/CNFvOco
Here's what I honestly worry about: queue the conspiracies, "New islands don't just explode like that! That's the Fauci-Gates COVID-5G nuclear testing site sheeple!"
...cause Krakatoa definitely never happened.
Taumoefolau: tsunami landing video
Top middle - eruption Left middle - cyclone Cody Bottom left - New Zealand 2000km/1200miles away
"Tsunami Advisory Alert color: Orange
When a Tsunami Advisory is posted, tsunami conditions in or near the water are expected. Under an advisory, strong ocean currents and/or waves with the potential to cause coastal damage are expected.
The public should stay out of the water and away from beaches and coastlines."
Edit: Shame, it's from the day before. Still interesting, so leaving it here.
The National Weather Service said peak waves of one to two feet are possible from the event.
Just in case anyone with family in sf was wondering.