High winds and dry conditions led to multiple fires around Utah on Thursday.
Crews fought back a brush fire in Provo that began with an electrical wire that was damaged in high winds. The brush fire near 2751 North and 175 East was under control about 9 p.m. No buildings had been burned, dispatchers said, but some fences had caught fire. Gusts over 40 mph were reported around Provo, according to the National Weather Service.
Above the Fox Hollow subdivision of Saratoga Springs, another fire had burned 20 to 25 acres as of 10 p.m. on Lake Mountain. Crews contained the fire as of 10:30 p.m. Winds in Saratoga Springs gusted as fast as 68 mph on Thursday.