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Dublin: 3 °C Monday 16 December, 2019
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Footage of huge 'weatherbomb' waves captured in Donegal

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THE SWELLS IN the Atlantic were predicted to reach over 40 feet yesterday, during the ‘weatherbomb’ which hit the west and north coasts of Ireland, and northern UK.

This footage (particularly towards the end) shows the huge waves and foam which hit land at Culdaff on the Inishowen Peninsula.

Source: The Eye 24 7 News/YouTube

In fact, the waves that battered the west and north coast were the biggest on earth got a time yesterday:

This vine shows waves 150 metres high hitting rocks on Tormore Island in Donegal:
https://vine.co/v/Orlit5HDO3P

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