A small wildfire near Highway 20 and Highway 79 caused problems for motorists, Sunday.
A portion of Highway 20 was closed for a short period of time due to smoke crossing the road, but all lanes were opened again soon after.
The fire was small and only about two acres were involved. However, mop up operations were underway off state Highway 20 in northern Bay County to fully extinguish the blaze.
The fire broke out just before three o'clock Sunday afternoon, four miles east of Highway 79 and just north of Highway 20.
The Florida Forest Service, along with units from the Bay and Washington County Fire departments responded.
Sheriff's deputies from both counties and Florida Highway Patrol troopers also went to the scene to help direct traffic.
The Forest Service suspects the fire sparked when a tree fell on a power line. This hasn't been confirmed, but a Gulf Power Company crew is on the scene to investigate that possibility.
The forest service said they are monitoring the blaze.
News 13 will bring you updates on their progress and potential road closures. Stay tuned