There was light rain this morning, but I took a few pictures for the record:
These were very big waves. It's hard to judge the heights of breaking waves, especially when it's stormy. But I have a few photos with gulls for scale. [Click on the images for larger versions.] In the first photo below, there are two gulls — the one in the center (between waves) is the easiest to see:
And here's another where you can use the gull to estimate the height of the wave face. Based on known measurements, the gull's wing span is ~58 inches, or ~4.8 feet. You can then use the gull to estimate the height of the wave:
It depends on where you measure, but my estimate for this wave face came out to ~435 inches, or ~36 feet (~11 meters)! That might be a bit high, but it gives you a feel for how big these waves were.
Although there's a lot of winter left, this was likely one of the biggest wave events of the season.