A massive swell is set to hit West Ireland this week and it could produce record surf heights!  This large swell from the West could produce surf heights to over 30 ft by this Thursday.  The winter months of November through February generally produces the biggest, coldest, windiest and gnarliest surf out of the year.  The Irish coast changes every few miles and every hundred yards, so no matter which way the wind is blowing, or what the tide is doing or the direction the swell is coming from, some part of the Irish coast will be making sense of it.