Over a 24 hour period the fire grew from under 71,000 acres with 3,695 firefighting personnel, to almost 73,184 acres with 3,842 firefighting personnel. Weather helped firefighters hold back the advance in many places. Fire Command described fire as, "The overnight temperature was in the mid 50's with good humidity recovery of 50-70 on the ridges and 80-90% in the valleys. The down slope winds were slightly stronger at 5-10 mph and erratic winds at the confluence of canyons." Fire did not make significant runs but consume many areas within the large growth of the prior day near Quintette, Volcanoville, and Stumpy Meadows Reservoir, and Hell Hole. A major effort kept the fire from crossing the Southern lines.