The B.C Wildfire Service says the rain over the weekend in Kamloops helped cool the fire danger.
However Information Officer Clare Allen says we are not out of the woods yet.
Allen says only a third of the fire season is over.
“We had a very wet May in 2017 and then moving into the month of June an incredibly dry month which led to a heightened fire season, when we moved into the month of July . Now this year is a bit of a reversal when we had an incredibly dry may and in now in June we are getting more seasonal precipitation which is fantastic.”
Allen says the wildfire service is marshalling all of its resources to be ready in the event this year turns out to be as bad as 2017.