Smoke from several large fires burning in the Everglades is causing hazy conditions in South Florida.
A West Miami-Dade brush fire that began burning three days ago is now three quarters of the way contained, thanks in part to Tuesday’s rain.
Hundreds of acres have been torched by a swift moving brush fire in southwest Miami-Dade.
A brush fire is blazing through Southwest Miami-Dade, stretching nearly 300 acres according to the Florida Forest Service.
Fire crews are still working to put out a stubborn brush fire that sparked Thursday.
Firefighters are working two fires that are creating a lot of smoke across parts of South Florida.
Fire crews are battling a brush fire in West Miami-Dade.
Smoke and ash from a brush fire in the eastern Everglades has spread as far south as Kendall. Forestry officials said lightning sparked the fire Saturday night north of I-75 and west of U.S. 27 but it wasn’t until Sunday that the smell of smoke caught people’s attention.
Smoky conditions from a fire burning in the eastern Everglades affected morning commutes and air quality from Palm Beach to Miami-Dade Monday morning.
A brush fire near Florida City created a traffic detour for drivers traveling to or from Monroe County on U.S. 1 on Saturday, May 17th.