SEVIER COUNTY, Tenn. — Update: 6:00 p.m.
Authorities say the fire, which spread across 60 acres, is now 100% contained. They said no structures were damaged.
The Tennessee Department of Agriculture tweeted about humid weather's affect on the fire:
"Fire activity decreased substantially due to high humidity that moved into the area. Crews being pulled from the line with approaching storms and will return tomorrow to monitor."
Update: 3:16 p.m.
Pigeon Forge Community Center is open as a shelter for people who voluntarily evacuated their homes.
A 10News reporter on scene said, at this hour, no one is currently at the center, though the Red Cross is on scene.
The address for that is 170 Community Center Dr, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863 and you can call 865-429-7373 if you have any questions.
Update: 2:51 p.m.
The Tennessee Department of Agriculture said Pigeon Forge Fire Department is taking the lead with the fire.
Additional crews are helping from the Gatlinburg Fire Department, Wears Valley Fire Department and Waldens Creek Volunteer Fire Department.
In a tweet, Sevier County Emergency Management Agency said those "winds are expected to be 25-45 mph with gusts over 80 mph expected throughout the evening."
Update: 2:20 p.m.
As of 2:20 p.m., the Tennessee Department of Agriculture said the fire is 0% contained and affects 60 acres.
Officials said the Division of Forestry resources are working to establish a perimeter around the fire.
Update: 12:35 p.m.
As of 12:27 p.m., the Tennessee Department of Agriculture said the fire is 0% contained and impacts 10 acres of land.
Currently, 20 cabins are threatened by the fire.
Several fire crews are responding to a brush fire in the Wears Valley area Saturday.
Pigeon Forge Fire Department said an emergency alert was issued for Raven's Den Way and Starkey Town Road in the Wears Valley area.
Sevier County Emergency Management Agency said a shelter will be located at the Pigeon Forge Community Center.
Officials said there is a voluntary evacuation for residents in a two mile radius and the wind is making it more difficult to battle the fire.
Sevier County Fire Department said a downed power line is believed to have started it.
Photos show smoke can be seen from the mountain.
10News has a crew on the way and we will update this story as soon as more information becomes available.