A 7.6 magnitude earthquake has struck 91 miles off the coast of the Philippines Friday morning.
Originally, that earthquake had been registered as a 7.9 magnitude.
Early reports say the quake was felt in the capital of Manila.
Both the U.S. Geological Survey and the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center are reporting that a tsunami warning has been issued for the
Officials there are warning residents to get to higher ground, as a precaution.
A tsunami watch was issued for Hawaii early Friday morning; it has since been lifted.
At this time, there is no tsunami watch or warning for the U.S. West coast.
There have also been no immediate reports of damage or injury.