Non-categorized event in Other on April 25 2016 02:10 PM (UTC).
The mystery of why a tsunami warning device, 200 miles off the coast of New Jersey, went off over the weekend has apparently been solved. The buoy recorded an 88 foot drop and then a 108 foot rise on Saturday just before 7:00 p.m. Some people thought it could have been hit by a meteor, or bumped by a submarine. The National Data Buoy Center says the false readings occurred while it was being serviced.