Here's a list of common disasters that associate with each other:
A twister (tornado) that fused with a wildfire (aka: a firenado)
A cyclone (Hurricane) that caused a tsunami (common)
An earthquake in the ocean that caused a tsunami (common)
...and probably several more. But many times such an occurrence is typical, and often happen; such as oceanic earthquakes and hurricanes causing tsunamis; However, some of them are less likely to happen; such as the 'firenado'.
A great example of a scenario you're asking to see is Hurricane Sandy's effects on North America.
Sandy was known to be one of the worst hurricanes ever recorded; damagewise, costwise, and wave height (what you wanted to hear :D). It has been recorded on CNN (the link added goes to the CNN article on Sandy) that its wave heights reached 32.5 feet (roughly 9.9 meters) in height.
So in conclusion; occurrences like this happen, and some of them are typically known to occur in some the circumstances listed above.
(Information on Hurricane Sandy was grabbed from CNN)
(Information on the scenarios listed above were grabbed from google)