A wildfire broke out near Tusayan yesterday. Kaibab National Forest officials say the Rain Fire sparked and spread quickly as forest service and Grand Canyon National Park fire resources jumped on fighting the fire. The Rain Fire was located southwest of the Grand Canyon Airport and has burned 150 acres and is 40-percent contained. The fire is burning in pinyon-juniper woodlands. Smoke could be seen from the Grand Canyon, Highway 64 and Tusayan. No structures were threatened and the cause of the fire is under investigation.