There have been no injuries or fatalities due to the fires, but four homes have been damaged or destroyed.
Though some progress has been made to contain it, officials said the persistent wildfire is the largest one in Kansas history.
Tracking rain chances through Sunday morning
Tracking soggy springtime weather over the holiday weekend. Have those rain boots and umbrellas ready!
Smoke from the fire, which burned about 620 square miles in the two states, was reportedly detected as far away as St. Louis.
Some fires are at 100 percent containment, but others are at 70 percent. Here is the 4 p.m. update
Tracking colder weather today with more rain chances moving in over the holiday weekend.
Fires in Comanche County are now under control. Conditions in Barber County have also improved.
Fire crews are battling a massive wildfire in south-central Kansas that has burned nearly 110 square miles in rural Oklahoma and Kansas.
A powerful spring blizzard stranded travelers at Denver’s airport and shut down hundreds of miles of highway as it spread into the Midwest.
Tracking a strong cold front tonight that will bring light snow by morning.
Tracking warm weather through Wednesday
Tracking much warmer weather to start the week. Dangerous fire conditions persist.
Tracking a stretch of warmer weather
Tracking cooler temperatures this weekend
Tracking cooler weather over the next couple of days
Tracking a dreary end to the week. Warmer weather returns on Monday.
Tracking rain, mixed with snow, overnight and tomorrow