A grass fire that began burning on Sunday night in Grand Prairie is under control, but still smoldering as crews continue to watch over it on Monday morning.
There are two things the volunteers fighting the raging fires in Palo Pinto County need desperately: rain and more firefighters.
Several grass fires have been sparked across North Texas. Dry conditions and high winds are fanning flames over thousands of acres, in at least four different counties.
Wise County Fire Marshal Marc Dodd said a trash fire is to blame for a 15-acre blaze that tore through parts of unincorporated Wise and Johnson Counties Wednesday afternoon.
Ferocious winds, some roof damage and a hot, smokey grass fire. It was a busy afternoon in Terrell