YAKIMA, Wash. -- The Yakima complex of fires has burned an estimated 3,000 acres and is only about 15 percent contained. It's made up of an estimated 75 fires sparked by lightning earlier this month.
Officials said about 25 homes were threatened by the Wild Rose fire which continues to grow. It's estimated at about 2,000 acres.
Winds in the Rimrock area are making it hard to predict the fire's behavior.
Crews are working around the clock to get these fires under control. About 700 people are fighting the complex of fires.
Authorities warned drivers to expect intermittent delays on Highway 12.
Air quality is going to remain an issue. The National Weather Service has issued an air stagnation advisory through Wednesday.