Fire season has again arrived in Montana. As of Saturday, there are three large wildland fires we are monitoring.
Robertson Draw Fire: Located 12 miles south of Red Lodge, it has burned more than 27,000 acres.
Deep Creek Canyon Fire: Located east of Townsend, it has burned more than 4,600 acres.
Crooked Creek Fire: Located in in the Custer-Gallatin National Forest southeast of Bridger, it has burned more than 5,100 acres.
For more information about wildfires in Montana and across the country, check the InciWeb website, an interagency incident information system.