The wind proved challenging for fire crews on the Dugan Fire, burning south of Ekalaka, Montana.
It blew burning and smoldering trees across roads, blocking traffic at times and creating very dangerous conditions for fire fighters.
But Crews pushed hard and were able to progress to 60 percent containment.
They were also able to clean up most of the Ekalaka Park Campground.
Tuesday, crews will again focus on clearing out more of the snags. Helicopters will continue assisting the ground crews to cool down the hot spots.
The size is estimated 10,675 acres.