The Lolo Peak Fire in Lolo, Montana, reached 32,328 acres on August 22. The fire, which has been burning since July 15, destroyed two houses in the last week and caused evacuations.
While there are still over 700 structures threatened by the fire, evacuation orders eased for parts of the area on Tuesday.
Over 1,000 personnel are battling the blaze.
Mandatory evacuations have been issued for areas near the Lolo Peak Fire burning near Missoula, Montana. This time lapse is from August 1. pic.twitter.com/QPNk6mfplr
— WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) August 13, 2017