ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Recent rain storms are helping crew's battle wildfires in New Mexico.
Fire crews are fighting Jaroso Fire in the Pecos from above, which means there will be no barriers set around it.
Officials say the cooler temperatures, humidity and rain helped slow down the spread of the wildfire.
It has burned a little more than 11,000 acres.
In the Gila, the Silver Fire has not grown since Friday with the help of the weather.
Firefighters are now taking a good look at the burn scar, hoping to prevent flooding.
The Silver Fire's burned almost 140,000 acres and is 80 percent contained.
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