Hurricane Quinn was a unusually high altitude storm that formed in 2052.
|Category 2 hurricane (NHC/NWS)|
Quinn nearing peak intensity
|Accumulated Cyclone Energy||34|
|Highest winds|| 100 mph (155 km/h) |
| Part of the|
2052 Pacific hurricane season
A TUTT cell formed early on october 14. later. the tail end of a cold front cuts off on october 23 and started to acquire subtropical characteristics. late on october 25 the cell was declared Subtropical Depression 17-E. later on October 26. the system was uprgraded to Subtropical Storm Quinn. 6 hours later. Quinn transitioned to a tropical storm. after being re-classified. Quinn put a brief burst of rapid intesification. it briefly attained category 2. but it quickly weakened to an category 1 hurricane. then it started to get absorbed by an cold front. and it quickly weakened to a tropical storm. it finally landfalled as tropical depression.
as Quinn neared the Oregon/California coast. special warnings were put.
the only indirect death was of an cyclist that was runover (and killed) by a car while the storm was landfalling.
because Quinn's formation with a TUTT cell in a high altitude. it was compared to the 1975 pacific northwest hurricane