1952 Hurricane/Tropical Data for Eastern Pacific

Individual Storm Summary

Winds in knots, pressure in millibars, category is based on Saffir-Simpson scale.

#NameDateWindPresCat 
1Tropical Storm #1 29-31 MAY 45 - - 
2Tropical Storm #2 12-16 JUN 45 - - 
3Tropical Storm #3 19-21 JUL 45 - - 
4Hurricane #4 24-27 JUL 75 - 1 
5Hurricane #5 15-22 SEP 75 - 1 
6Tropical Storm #6 26-28 SEP 45 - - 
7Hurricane #7 13-15 OCT 75 - 1 

Saffir-Simpson Scale

The chart color codes intensity (category based on Saffir-Simpson scale):

Type Category Pressure (mb) Winds
(knots)
Winds
(mph)
Line Color
Depression TD ----- < 34 < 39 Green
Tropical Storm TS ----- 34-63 39-73 Yellow
Hurricane 1 > 980 64-82 74-95 Red
Hurricane 2 965-980 83-95 96-110 Light Red
Hurricane 3 945-965 96-112 111-130 Magenta
Hurricane 4 920-945 113-135 131-155 Light Magenta
Hurricane 5 < 920 >135 >155 White

NOTE: Pressures are in millibars and winds are in knots where one knot is equal to 1.15 mph


Individual Storm Details

Hurricane #7 (13-15 OCT)
Storm - Max Winds: 75 Category: 1

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Tropical Storm #6 (26-28 SEP)
Storm - Max Winds: 45

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Hurricane #5 (15-22 SEP)
Storm - Max Winds: 75 Category: 1

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Hurricane #4 (24-27 JUL)
Storm - Max Winds: 75 Category: 1

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Tropical Storm #3 (19-21 JUL)
Storm - Max Winds: 45

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Tropical Storm #2 (12-16 JUN)
Storm - Max Winds: 45

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Tropical Storm #1 (29-31 MAY)
Storm - Max Winds: 45

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