Fire crews in Southern Oregon are breathing a small sign of relief as last night's winds in the Summer Lake area did not kick up any hot spots. Public Information Officer Lisa Swinney with the South Central Oregon Fire Management Partnership says the Ana Fire started a couple of days ago. "That was 380 acres. They were able contain that fire and actually they're doing a lot of mop up now. At first, the community of Summer Lake was threatened, but that's subsided and the fire is almost out." Swinney says they are watching the weather now, because warm, dry winds are expected, and fire crews are standing by.