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SAN DIEGO — A fire burning south of the U.S.-Mexico border is producing smoke visible from southern San Diego County but does not pose a threat to the region, firefighters said Monday evening.

“We are aware of the smoke column that is visible in southern San Diego County,” Cal Fire San Diego said on its official Twitter page. “The fire is well south of the border and does not currently pose a threat.”

Firefighters were continuing to monitor fires in Mexico as of Tuesday morning, according to a tweet by Cal Fire San Diego.