A Texas Panhandle wildfire that has destroyed homes is 35% contained, a fire official said Monday.
About 2,200 acres are threatened, and 2,100 people remain evacuated, said Troy Ducheneaux with the Texas A&M Fire Service.
Crews have not yet made aerial drops, Ducheneaux told CNN Monday morning.
Earlier, Danny Richards, coordinator for the Hutchinson County Emergency Management, said a cold front was raising humidity and helping firefighting efforts.
The wildfire started late Sunday afternoon and was driven by strong, shifting winds. The cause has not been determined.