National Weather Service meteorologists surveyed the damage in the vicinity of Vincent in Shelby County and Logan Martin Dam in Talladega County. The damage found was consistent with an EF-1 tornado with winds of 105 mph and was a regeneration of the Wateroak and Marvel supercell. The tornado touched down south of the town of Vincent on County Road 62, in Shelby County, where it uprooted dozens of trees. The tornado traveled to the northeast and dropped trees along the path. As it continued to the northeast into Talladega County, the tornado caused tree damage on the east end of Logan Martin Dam and continued through a couple of residential neighborhoods. Here, the tornado snapped and uprooted hardwood and softwood trees. The only home damage found and surveyed was due to fallen trees on Shaw Lane alongside Logan Martin Lake. The damage path was 8.59 miles long and 200 yards wide at its widest point.
A Tornado Warning was in effect for Shelby and Talladega Counties from 731 pm until 845 pm.