National Weather Service meteorologists from Jackson, Mississippi and Birmingham, Alabama surveyed a tornado track that came out of Mississippi. A tornado developed along a Quasi-Linear Convective System and touched down in Kemper County Mississippi, then tracked northeast through Noxubee County before crossing into Pickens County, southwest of Dancy. The tornado weakened to an EF1 rating as it entered Alabama, with winds of 100 mph. As the tornado moved across AL Hwy 17 near Dancy, a barn with metal siding and roofing and two small silos were destroyed. Significant tree damage was noted along CR 85. The tornado crossed the Tombigbee River and moved parallel to CR 13. The tornado crossed AL Hwy 14 south of Aliceville, where it damaged a farm irrigation system. The tornado continued northeast and lifted near Hamilton Jr Craft Rd, northwest of Benevola. Dozens of trees were also downed along this path.
The tornado touched down in Kemper County Mississippi. Therefore, the total tornado damage path was 35.16 miles long. Additionally, the tornado damage was rated an EF-2 in Noxubee County and the tornado was 1410 yards wide at its widest point in Noxubee County.