COWETA, Okla. - Already early Tuesday morning, exhausted fire crews in the Coweta area were back on the job, protecting homes as grass fires began to spark up again.
Firefighter Matthew Cox with Coweta FD told KRMG it was redevelopment in an area that saw a large, rapidly-spreading fire on Monday.
As early as Sunday, the situation became dangerous, with dry conditions, dead vegetation, and high winds making for a high fire danger.
That danger will be just as bad, if not worse, as Tuesday continues.
Though the wind is expected to change directions, it will remain strong.
The most dangerous area for potential fires is northwest of Tulsa in the Osage Hills, according to FOX23 Chief Meteorologist James Aydellot.
No additional buildings or vehicles were destroyed in Tuesday morning's fire, and no one was hurt.