Live Oak — Forestry representatives have advised of the possibility of a significant smoke event beginning this evening and continuing until midday Tuesday, May 1. Winds from the east will carry smoke from the County Line Fire currently burning in the Osceola National Forest and may impact I-75, US 41, US 441 and SR 2. Fog is expected to develop beginning around 3 a.m. and mix with the smoke causing reduced visibility conditions. Drivers are reminded to drive with the upmost care, utilizing headlights and travel at reduced speeds if reduced visibility conditions are encountered.
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FHP monitoring smoke/fog visibility issues in Hamilton County
There is a prescribed control burn in Hamilton County at Stephen Foster State Park in the area of US 41 in White Springs which could cause smoke issues and could possibly impact the roadways in this area, especially during the night and early morning hours.
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