The National Weather Service in Huntsville has confirmed the Tornado that caused damage in the Fairview area around 9:35-9:46 PM as an EF-1. Additional changes are possible as more research is done.

They also state that damage was surveyed near the Goldridge community, but additional information is needed before a determination can be made.

The PNS Product from the Weather Service can be read below

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HUNTSVILLE AL
700 PM CDT THU MAR 18 2021

...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY FOR 3/17/2021 TORNADO EVENT...

.FAIRVIEW TORNADO...

RATING:                   EF-1
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:      100 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:    4.94 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:     50 YARDS 
FATALITIES:               0
INJURIES:                 0

START DATE:               WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 2021
START TIME:               9:36 PM CDT
START LOCATION:           2 SW FAIRVIEW / CULLMAN COUNTY / AL
START LAT/LON:            34.237 / -86.711

END DATE:                 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 2021
END TIME:                 9:43 PM CDT
END LOCATION:             3 NE FAIRVIEW / CULLMAN COUNTY / AL
END LAT/LON:              34.276 / -86.640

SURVEY SUMMARY:
THE TORNADO BEGAN ALONG ALABAMA HIGHWAY 69, BETWEEN COUNTY ROADS 
1533 AND 1534, SOUTHWEST OF FAIRVIEW, BY CAUSING MINOR ROOF DAMAGE
TO A SHED. AS THE TORNADO CONTINUED NORTHEAST, IT SNAPPED AND 
UPROOTED SEVERAL TREES AND MOSTLY DESTROYED A DETACHED GARAGE. THE
TORNADO CONTINUED NORTH OF FAIRVIEW ALONG WELCOME DRIVE AND CR 
1568, SNAPPING TREES AND CAUSING ROOF DAMAGE TO LARGE FARM 
OUTBUILDINGS. ROOF AND TREE DAMAGE WAS MOST SIGNIFICANT ON CR 1568
AND 1569 NORTHEAST OF FAIRVIEW: A LARGE PORTION OF ROOFING WAS 
REMOVED FROM A HOUSE, NUMEROUS TREES WERE SNAPPED AND UPROOTED, 
SEVERAL LARGE AGRICULTURAL SHEDS WERE DEMOLISHED, AND SEVERAL 
CHICKEN HOUSES HAD ROOFING AND SIDING REMOVED. AT THIS POINT, THE 
TORNADO REACHED ITS PEAK WIDTH OF APPROXIMATELY 50 YARDS AND PEAK 
INTENSITY OF 100 MPH. THE FINAL DAMAGE OF NOTE WAS OBSERVED ALONG 
CR 1579 WHERE A FEW MORE TREES WERE SNAPPED AND THE ROOF WAS 
PEELED BACK FROM A LARGE SHED. LITTLE ADDITIONAL DAMAGE WAS NOTED 
NORTHEAST OF THIS LOCATION, SO THE END POINT IS PLACED EAST OF CR 
1579 AND SOUTH OF CR 1570.

NOTE: THE TEAM SURVEYED DAMAGE NEAR THE GOLD RIDGE COMMUNITY, BUT
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS REQUIRED BEFORE A FINAL DETERMINATION 
CAN BE MADE.