We're kind of bracing for that to happen tomorrow.
We just need to be very careful in our outdoor activities. The slightest cigarette butt can create such a small spark, but such a large fire and a major tragedy for someone.
The repair crews had an added obstacle, and the new snow also caused problems for the National Guard as they tried to bring in generators, food and bottled water.
I don't really know specifics on when it will all be back to normal. It's going to take a while.
Weather conditions are gearing up. We're working with military departments to make sure they have supplies on standby, and we are still receiving firefighters from Alabama and Tennessee.
The firefighters would make headway in a particular area, and then an ember would move to another field and we'd have another wildfire. We've been chasing these since Tuesday, and in some cases, in some areas of the state, they've been dealing with this off and on for the last three or four weeks.
We have had loss of structures.