Gatlinburg, Tennessee, is still dealing with a deadly wildfire, but here in Georgia the two largest fires are dwindling.
Over the last month or so, wildfires in Fannin and Rabun counties burned up about 50,000 acres of forest.
Now, though, firefighting crews say the North Georgia fires, which didn’t cause any structural damage or injuries, are on their way out.
"We were able to do some good work and get the containment lines built around the fire," said Debbie Carlisi, a spokesperson with National Forest Service. "And then of course the rain helped."