Strong winds have been fuelling California’s deadly fires as search-and-rescue teams begin the grim task of searching for bodies among the ashes.
Winds of up to 40mph (64km/h) are expected throughout Tuesday in the state’s south, where the Woolsey Fire is threatening some 57,000 homes.
Firefighters in the north are still battling the Camp Fire, which has left at least 42 people dead.
Meanwhile, two new fires began in the south on Monday.
They started within minutes of each other. The smaller of the two has since been put out, news agency Reuters reports.
More than 300,000 locals have been forced to flee their homes across California.
US President Donald Trump has declared a “major disaster” in the state, making federal aid available to affected residents.
Authorities are investigating the cause of the wildfires.