The storms are likely to help push Pacific Ocean debris from Japan’s March 2011 earthquake and tsunami faster than it might otherwise arrive, said Seattle oceanographer Curtis Ebbesmeyer on Monday.
They indicate that the first big field of tsunami debris is about 400 miles off the Washington coast and probably will land on beaches next month, Ebbesmeyer said.
Ebbesmeyer speculated that the main debris field, which is 2,000 miles long and 500 miles wide, could include items as large as buses, cars and parts of houses.
Who knows...Maybe some Jet Skis will wash ashore! Or parts for Rob's van!