Cal Fire officials say smoke may be visible over the Cuesta Fire for several days because of weakened trees smoldering within the containment lines, but there is no threat to local communities.
Multiple people called 911 Wednesday after seeing the smoke, said Cal Fire spokesman Bennet Milloy.
Fire crews continue to hold the blaze within the containment lines, according to Cal Fire. "Significant resources" continue to watch the southern area of the fire to check for smoldering materials that could threaten the lines.
The fire remains 90 percent contained, with 2,446 acres burned.