MOAB (AP) — Crews reported making gains Saturday on a fire near Moab that had burned more than 3,200 acres.

Fire officials say the Porcupine Ranch fire is now 30 percent contained.

About 350 people are working on the fire, which was sparked earlier in the week by lightning.

Hot, dry weather and steep terrain have made it more difficult to contain the fire. Officials, though, are hoping thunderstorms expected to arrive this weekend will dampen the flames.

Several campgrounds and roads in the area remain closed. The Grand County Sheriff's Office is coordinating visits for the owners of about 20 homes in the area where access has been limited.