Record wave heights were captured by the Irish Weather Buoy Network during Ex-hurricane “Ophelia” on Monday, October 16, causing one of the five weather buoys to break its moorings.
The highest wave was recorded off the Irish coastline at 16.00 on Monday when the M5 weather buoy off the South East coast, measured a record individual wave (Hmax) of 17.81m (58.43 feet) and a record significant wave height (Hs) of 12.97 m (42.55 feet).
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