GUNNISON COUNTY, Colo. (KREX) — Firefighters continue to progress in containing the Lowline Fire.

As of this Thursday morning, Rocky Mountain Complex Incident Management Team 1 estimated the fire to be 1770 acres and 47% contained.

High humidity has moderated the fire activity, but firefighters expect humidity levels to drop throughout the day allowing the fire to breathe new life.

Mandatory emergency evacuation orders are in place for Squirrel Creek and Mill Creek Drainages. Click here to view the map.

The National Weather Service has issued another air quality advisory for Gunnison County. The advisory is in effect until Friday at 9 a.m.

Today there are 394 personnel on the scene fighting the fire.

Western Slope Now will continue to follow the progress of the Lowline Fire.