Drought and warmer weather attributed to climate change, and the building of homes deeper into forests have led to longer and more destructive wildfire seasons in California.
Huge plumes of smoke rose in the fire area, which stretches miles from the northwest corner of Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley to the Malibu coast.
At least 42 people were confirmed dead in the wildfire that turned the Northern California town of Paradise and outlying areas into hell on earth, making it the deadliest blaze in state history. Your mother's somewhere and you don't know where she's at. The severely burned bodies were discovered in a auto on a long residential driveway on a stretch of Mulholland Highway in Malibu, where most of the surrounding structures had burned.
"Welcome to my home in Malibu", the star said in the footage, in which he surveys the charred remains of his property.
Crews pushed forward to achieve 25 percent containment of the Camp Fire in northern California, which had burned 109,000 acres (44,000 hectares) at the edge of the Plumas National Forest, according to Cal Fire's website.
"Without him, I knew it was going to be a loss", Rasmussen said.
A team of anthropologists and a DNA lab have been called in to help identify those killed.
A total of 29 bodies have been found so far from that fire, Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea told a news briefing Sunday evening.
In between Trump's tweets blaming forest management, he also paid tribute to those affected by the fire.
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He added: "I've got to stay positive".
Brown hit back at the president, describing such management as just one part of a much bigger problem.
Some of the remains consisted of fragments that most people wouldn't even notice in the ankle-deep ashes.
With strengthening winds threatening to spread the flames, state Governor Jerry Brown has urged President Donald Trump to declare a major disaster, a move that would harness more federal emergency funds.
At least two people have been killed and 435 buildings, a lot of them homes, have been destroyed in the fires that erupted last week west of downtown Los Angeles.
More than 6,700 homes and businesses in Paradise have been burned down by the Camp Fire, more structures than any other California wildfire on record. Clark said Sunday that high winds and dry conditions were expected over the next 24 hours: "We're at a pivotal point now".
As reported this morning, the death toll from the wildfires has risen to 31, while more than 200 people remain unaccounted for, officials have said.
- ABC News (@ABC) November 11, 2018A firefighter in Paradise, California is seen saving an American flag from rubble near a home destroyed by the Camp Fire.
"Things are not the way they were 10 years ago". "I am thinking so deeply for everyone who is suffering today from these abominable fires & grieving for the loss of their homes or loved ones".
A search for bodies continues in the devastated northern town of Paradise, where 23 people are known to have died.