PECOS, N.M. (KRQE) - Good weather has helped firefighters make headway on the Silver Fire burning in the Gila, but that could change.
The Silver Fire is now five percent contained.
It has burned nearly 22,000 acres.
However, firefighters are expecting an increase in temperature and wind and a decrease in humidity.
That could cause the fire to get more active.
The town of Kingston remains evacuated, but no buildings have burned.
Crews still have not been able to get a handle on the fire burning in the Pecos Wilderness.
The Jaroso Fire has burned just over 3,500 acres.
It is still at zero percent containment.
Crews are still attacking the fire from the air only because of the rugged terrain.
Firefighters are struggling with the White's Peak fire near Cimarron as higher temps and wind gust continue to push the fire.
The blaze is only 15 percent contained and has charred just over 1,100 acres.
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