Lighter winds around 5 mph are expected to help firefighters stay on top of hot spots as the "mop-up" continues. Firefighters from more than 40 departments are attacking the wildfire from the ground, while airplanes and helicopters are dropping water from above.
"It's pretty awesome to see people come out and work together," said Jean Goad, spokeswoman for the Minnesota Interagency Fire Center. HOTSHOT CREW
The DNR said the highly-trained Midewin Interagency Hotshot Crew will be on the ground Thursday.