According to local officials, a wild fire actively burning on the West Mountain of Tamarack Ski Resort doubled in size by Tuesday morning. KTVB reports The West State Fire started at about 1 p.m. on Monday and grew to about 50 acres by evening. As of 8 a.m. Tuesday, the fire was measured at 110 acres, with zero percent containment. The ski resort’s mid-lodge is currently under threat. Crews are hoping to keep the fire north of a road that splits the ski run in order to protect other resort buildings. If you live in the area be aware that evacuations may be ordered. For more info go to the Valley County website to sign up for the alerts.