Brush Fire Update
Despite the rain Sunday, the fire in Northeastern Gainesville continued to burn.
Experts say the possibility of rain this weekend could help only if it reaches more than 2 inches. That's because the rain evaporates before hitting the ground.
Weather experts say the rain can help suppress the fire, but winds gusting at about 40 miles per hour can counter that.
Sunday evening firefighters were still trying to contain this 2,000 acre fire off of County Road 225 which had been re-opened.
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