Hurricane Quinn was a unusually high altitude storm that formed in 2052.

Hurricane Quinn
Category 2 hurricane (NHC/NWS)
Quinn at peak

Quinn nearing peak intensity
Formed October 25
Dissipated October 29
Accumulated Cyclone Energy 34
Highest winds 100 mph (155 km/h)
Lowest pressure 974
Damages minimal
Direct Fatalities 0
Indirect Fatalities 1
Missing none
Areas affected Oregon,California
Part of the
2052 Pacific hurricane season

Meteorological history.

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

Quinn after being named

Quinn shortly after being named

Quinn 2052 track

Map plotting the track and intensity of the storm according to the Saffir–Simpson hurricane wind scale