Ten volunteer fire departments are concentrated on the part of the fire north of FM 2262 and along the western flank that is south of 2262. Local, state and federal agencies worked through the night Sunday and all day Monday to contain the fire and they're optimistic they'll be able to if the weather cooperates.
Right now, there are no evacuations in place and all roadways are open. But officials urge drivers to use extra care on the roads in the area, especially at night. They say the thick smoke has deer entering roadways.
According to the Texas Forest Service, they don't need any more water and other items for volunteers at this point. But they say financial help can be made to the American Red Cross or to Trinity County.