Central Florida is a little damp after some rain, but officials say it's not enough to solve the fire problem.
They say highways will stay closed because of smoke and flames until they're sure things are under control.
The state plans to close down stretches of some of its busiest highways, including parts of Interstate 95, for four hours every morning.
Those are the hours when humid air or fog can have the biggest impact on visibility.
Two people have been killed in crashes blamed on the brush fires.