Seven small lightning-caused wildfires are burning on the Boise National Forest after Wednesday night's storm. Forest officials say all the fires are small, at less than 5 acres each, and no structures are threatened.
Firefighters already have lines built around most of the new starts.
The largest fire is called the Crooked Fire, burning southeast of Kirkham.
Fire officials say more lightning-caused fires could be detected over the next few days.
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