DILLON — A 160-acre wildfire continued to burn west of Dillon Monday.
Firefighters have the Bon Accord Fire -- which is burning in a wooded area north of Bannack -- about 30% contained.
The fire started Saturday from a lightning strike.
Two hot spot crews and air support are fighting the fire, but weather conditions have caused the fire to grow over the weekend.
“We thought we had a good handle on part of it and then we had a downburst that came out of a thunderstorm that spotted across a road," said DNRC Fire Management Officer Don Copple.
"And then we had a significant wind shift and it pushed the fire the other direction. We didn't have enough resources right on scene at that time to get a handle on it when it was smaller," he added.
No structures are threatened by the blaze.