Seeing a smoke cloud south of Houston? Here's what we know

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Texas (KTRK) -- Have you seen a large cloud of smoke south of Houston on Wednesday?



If you're in southern Harris, Chambers, Galveston or Brazoria counties, the answer is probably yes.

According to the National Weather Service, it's coming from a prescribed burn in Jefferson County near the coast, close to Sea Rim State Park.



It's unclear how long the burn will last. Several ABC13 viewers sent in photos of the cloud of smoke, which could be seen in areas such as La Porte, Clear Lake and League City.

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