WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY COULD HAVE SOME WAIST HIGH OR BETTER GLASS, SEMI-GLASS…More down below…
This video is AMAZING ! Kohl and Danillo, hang tight in Ireland, to catch a massive storm/swell, bigger than Hurricane Sandy for the NW Coast of Ireland, at Mullaghmore Head. 40 foot plus faces on the sets, and a wall as thick as a country, and a barrel as tall and deep as a ship 🙂
Wednesday, the winds turn offshore after 1 or 2 PM, in the West to NW way, 10 to 15 mph. Should be knee to thigh at the Cape , and waist high plus down South, maybe a little bigger.
Thursday, a windswell rolls in on top, of the 1.5 foot at 14 second ground swell just leaving, so by afternoon, or maybe late morning, the 40 to 50% chance of rain, is accompanied with offshore winds, and probably waist high surf.
The swell leaves as fast as it came in 🙂