Fire officials say the cooler conditions and wet weather helped stop the flames' forward progress as crews continue to build containment lines.
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The area saw several inches of rain and snow from Monday's storm. Officials say firefighters had to shelter in place for a majority of the day due to the winter conditions.
On Tuesday morning, they began assessing the fire lines. The blaze is currently 69% surrounded.
The KNP Complex Fire has destroyed more than 88,000 acres since it first sparked in early September.