TULSA, Oklahoma -- The conditions were just right again Wednesday afternoon for grass fires across northeastern Oklahoma.
SkyNews6 found several fires, but most were controlled burns.
One near Keystone Lake burned around a playground. Some firefighters rode on ATV's to fight fires in rural areas.
There were no reports of any injuries.
Wednesday was the third day in a row crews have battled grass fires.
On Tuesday, several agencies responded to a fire near Olive, west of Tulsa. Another grass fire burned about 100 acres along the Turner Turnpike near Luther.
On Monday, several small grass fires scorched land along Highway 412 just east of the Will Rogers Turnpike in Rogers County.