The fire was most active in the northeast corner while the majority of the fire area remained quiet Sunday, Inciweb said.
Firefighters will continue to secure the fires edge and patrol for hot spots and flare ups over the next few days.
The fire’s threat to buildings and other property had significantly decreased Saturday. And while there were no evacuations ordered Sunday, residents were asked to be ready in case conditions change.
US Highway 60, which was closed Friday in both directions in Gila County, remained closed Sunday, fire officials said.
The fire damaged guardrails in that area of the highway, prompting Arizona Department of Transportation to keep it closed for safety concerns.
The fire started Friday afternoon about 3 miles northeast of Globe, Arizona, a city approximately 90 miles east of Phoenix, fueled by hot, dry conditions and wind.
Tussock fire prompts evacuations
Another wildfire north of Phoenix and south of Prescott led to evacuation orders Sunday.
The Arizona Red Cross will establish an evacuation center at Mayer High School.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
CNN’s Andy Rose, Joe Sutton, and Hollie Silverman contributed to this report.
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