Fire crews have been deployed to negotiate a grass fire that broke out near Wagga overnight.
By early morning, Riverina RFS crews had managed to subdue the fire, which burned off the Sturt Highway near Yarragundry.
No damage to property was recorded during the incident.
Meanwhile, earlier on Saturday, the RFS responded to a rural fire incident near Ganmain.
It is understood a haystack caught alight on an isolated farming property on Ashbridge Road.
The fire was quickly brought under control, with no major damage recorded to the surrounding property or dwelling.
Firefighters are preparing for potentially problematic conditions this week, as the Bureau of Meteorology predicts high winds and elevated temperatures for the region.
The mercury is set to reach the mid-30s by Tuesday, before continuing beyond 40 degrees on Thursday and into the weekend.
Around NSW and Queensland, more than a 1000 firefighters continue to battle blazes that have destroyed nearly 300 homes.
At the time of publishing, there were no emergency-level fires in registered in NSW, following a nightmare week for the state's first responders.