(St. Paul, MN) -- Fire danger in northwestern Minnesota is once again up to "extreme." State officials also have the upper two-thirds of the state is under a "very high" fire danger rating and burning restrictions are in place across most counties from the Twin Cities northward. And beginning Sunday, the D-N-R will put restrictions on campfires and open burning in 22 counties, ranging from the northwestern corner of the state through central Minnesota. Officials say campfires or recreational fires outside of city limits will only be allowed in a designated fire pit designed for that type of use. However, campfires will still be allowed at staffed campgrounds and resorts. In addition, no burning permits will be issued to the public, and the use of fireworks is prohibited outside city limits.