The wildfire that’s burning across the Great Lakes states has destroyed more than 700 properties, according to reports.
The New York Times reports that some of the homes are listed as valued at more than $300,000.
There are more than 1,200 homes in Montana and the vast majority of the others in Wyoming and Nebraska.
The fire is burning in the area of the town of Morristown, where a number of structures have collapsed and burned.
The fires are burning in Montana’s northern and western regions, including the town and a number in the state’s central, southern, and western parts.
In the central part of the state, the fire is moving towards the town at the base of the Big Sioux River, and there are reports of homes being engulfed in flames.
In western Montana, the blaze has moved from the Great Basin to the Yellowstone River basin, and a large area has been burned.
In the Yellowstone, the fires have also moved into the northern part of that area.
Officials in Wyoming said that the fire could still burn into the state on Sunday, but they expect the fire to dissipate over the weekend.
The Wyoming Department of Emergency Management said the fires are in some instances at “high risk” because they could be out of control.
The National Weather Service said the wildfire was still burning Sunday evening in the town area.
The fire was still active as of Monday morning.