Progress has been made, however fire action has gotten with increasing temperatures and lower stickiness, said Matt Ford, representative for Texas A&M Forest Services.
He said around 25% of the blazes were contained, up from around 4% late Friday as the fire consumed thick brush and grass fields.
The flames had consumed around 130 square miles (330 square kilometers), including around 70 square miles (185 square kilometers) in the Eastland Complex, as indicated by the office. That region is around 120 miles (193 kilometers) west of Dallas.
Windy breezes were relied upon to return Sunday, again raising the rapidly spreading fire danger to basic levels in western and focal Texas, Ford said.
We are foreseeing climate seriousness to expand Sunday, said Ford. Fire movement might increment in light of atmospheric conditions (yet) control lines are holding hitherto.
The National Weather Service estimate for the area called for high temperatures in the low 80s on Sunday with winds of 15-20 mph (24-32 kph) and blasts up to 30 mph (48 kph).
The estimate additionally requires a 90% opportunity of downpour on Monday, which Ford said would be gladly received, yet the breezes could move and drive the fire toward another path.