The 1953 Pacific hurricane season ran from June 1 to November 15, and the storms listed here are done so based off observations. Therefore, the data is incomplete, and relies on reports from significantly populated areas, or ships that rode out the storms as a result. Other storms have their peak intensities estimated, using the wind-pressure relationship, or the damage they caused if they made landfall in a populated area. There were 4 tropical storms this season, of which 3 became hurricanes.


Name SSHWS category 1-min winds Pressure
One-E* Category 1 hurricane 80 mph 981 mbar
Two-E Tropical Storm 50 mph 1001 mbar
Three-E Category 1 hurricane 85 mph 982 mbar
Four-E Category 1 hurricane 85 mph 991 mbar


  • A * indicates an estimated intensity using the wind-pressure relationship
  • Estimated pressures not using the wind-pressure relationship are marked in bold