FOLKSTON, Ga. -- If you've been up near Jacksonville International Airport you may have seen or smelled smoked that's coming from the fire that's burning in the Okefenokee Swamp.
The smoke is coming from a 10,000 acre controlled burn in the Swamp to keep the fire from spreading even further.
The latest numbers show that the fire is burning on more than 146,924 acres and now the Florida Division of Forestry has issued a low visibility warning for Nassau County residents, particularly those in Hilliard.
One of our viewers, Angie Daniel, uploaded this picture to our Facebook page saying the smoke is taking over Hilliard.
In face, Hilliard residents will be able to take part in a public meeting Friday night at 6:30 at the Hilliard Public Library.
Residents in MacClenny will have a similar meeting Thursday night at 6:30 at the Baker County Extension Office in MacClenny.