The National Weather Services, which has been in charge of the Great Basin for the past decade, has issued a series of alerts for the Plains.
According to the NWS, the fires have burned through about 8 million acres (5.7 million hectares) of forest in the region and are currently being contained in more than 20 counties.
In some areas, the fire is threatening to burn for days.
Forests have been cleared, roadways and trails have been closed, and fires have been spotted in the forested areas.
However, the National Interagency Fire Center in Boulder, Colorado, said in a tweet that it has issued alerts for fires in all 50 states.
The firefighting effort continues in places where it was previously considered difficult to battle.
On Sunday, a wildfire was detected burning in southeastern Utah.
There are currently more than 40 active fires burning in the area, according the NISFC.
Firefighting efforts have been hampered by lightning strikes, high winds and high humidity.
It was also reported that fires were burning near the Canadian border and the Great Lakes.