Firefighters have kept a 32-square-mile blaze from spreading in northwestern Colorado as scattered showers fall in the area.
Fire crews took advantage of cloud cover and higher humidity Thursday to keep a 32-square-mile wildfire under control in northwestern Colorado.
The Alkali Fire in northwestern Colorado grew to 20,000 acres overnight amid 90-degree heat and erratic winds.
A wildfire burning in Moffat County has grown to be an estimated 8,000 acres on Wednesday and is zero percent contained.
Western wildfire officials worried Monday about low humidity and high winds expected this week as they battle several big fires and a number of smaller fires in Colorado and Wyoming.