YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) -- Fire crews are packing up and leaving Yellowstone National Park as snow dampens a wildfire that kept them busy for several days.
Spokesman Tom Kempton says rain and snow was falling on the Arnica Fire on Wednesday morning.
The fire near Yellowstone Lake reached a size of 10,700 acres, or 16.7 square miles, by Tuesday night. There were no evacuations or buildings burned.
Kempton says firefighters are removing sprinklers and hoses from around buildings at Lake Village and the West Thumb Marina area.
A section of Grand Loop Road remains closed.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory and warned of the season's first significant snowfall for the mountains of western and northern Wyoming.
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