Fire crews are still trying to get a handle on the Dakota Fire that's burned 300 acres about 15 miles southwest of Rapid City.
Wednesday evening, a Type II incident team arrived from Colorado to help crews here determine what resources they'll need to fight the fire.
As the day progresses and the temperatures warm up, the fire is expected to pick up again and become more of a problem. But crews are confident that they'll be able to tackle the flames and get the situation back to normal.
We'll have live reports with the latest on the battle on KELOLAND This Morning.