At least 29 people were confirmed dead in the wildfire that obliterated the Northern California town of Paradise, equaling the deadliest blaze in state history, and the search for bodies continued Monday.
More coverage on the wildfires from the San Francisco Gate. Two other people were killed in the Woolsey Fire burning in Southern California, bringing the death toll from the California wildfires to 25 on Sunday'.
More than 9,300 firefighters - including many from out of state - are battling the Camp, Woolsey and Hill wildfires.
Firefighters managed to prevent about 57,000 homes from destruction by the so-called Woosley fire as it raged along a path 20 miles long and 14 miles wide from northwestern Los Angeles through suburbs and the Santa Monica Mountains to the Malibu coast, Osby said.
Wildfires aren't uncommon in California, so when they began, most people thought they might burn up a few square kilometres of land and then die out, Edwards said.
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Fires, especially ones that ravage homes and send families away without warning, often leave pets lost and separated from their owners. But as of Monday, that figure had grown much larger, according to reports. "Fried to say the least.we're very, very lucky".
Edwards created this map, showing how big the Woosley fire in the Malibu area is.
While some Malibu-area residents were allowed to return home late Sunday, the city of Calabasas, just northeast of coastal Malibu, came under evacuation orders. The wildfires have already claimed the lives of at least 31 people across the state.
"You can't just make a blanket statement", Rice told MSNBC on Monday, adding that fires and forest management were complicated and that weather also was a major factor.
Astonishingly, Brown blamed those who deny climate change for "contributing to the tragedies", Sunday after President Trump blamed the spread of the fires on mismanagement.
In the past week alone, more than 237,000 acres have burned, Cal Fire said Wednesday.
Authorities are anticipating additional spot fires and are primed and ready to combat potential fires in the areas south of North Fork Feather River.
Residents in Ventura and Los Angeles counties have evacuated, including a mandatory evacuation for all of Malibu, according to the Ventura County Fire Department.