Firefighters used a respite from strong winds on Saturday to drop fire retardants to strengthen firebreaks. Two people were killed in a wildfire in Southern California.
The air-masses blowing across the western United States deserts including Death Valley toward the coast are expected to bring the sustained high winds at least through Tuesday, he said.
The Scottish star, well-known for his roles in the movies London Has Fallen and 300, has tweeted a photo of the burnt out shell of his Malibu home.
"Sadly my house couldn't be saved", Meyer, the ex-wife of actor Kelsey Grammer, wrote in an Instagram post that showed a huge house engulfed in flames.
Kim Kardashian posted a message for her fans ensuring that she and her family is safe. "He just went above and beyond".
A lull on Saturday allowed some containment of the blazes, in the north and south of the state, but officials warned residents to stay away as they could again spread very rapidly. As one major freeway reopened, another was closed. "Your house can be rebuilt but you can't bring your life back", said Los Angeles County fire chief Daryl Osby.
Among the towns under evacuation orders is Thousand Oaks, where a gunman killed 12 people in a rampage on Wednesday.
The Woosley Fire, which is affecting residents in Ventura and Los Angeles, has burned through 83,275 acres and was only 10 percent contained. Whether you're directly affected or would like to help those who are, we've pulled together a list of resources you can use to take action.
Fire.ca.gov's Incident Information page provides everything you need to know about what's happening on the ground in these areas, with full evacuation info, available evacuation centers and shelters (including ones specifically for animals) and key road closings.
Firefighters and water-dropping aircraft quickly corralled the new flames.
The Republican president has previously blamed California officials for fires and threatened to withhold funding, saying the state should do more to remove rotten trees and other debris that fuel blazes.
"We are really just in the middle of this protracted weather event, this fire siege", Cal Fire Chief Ken Pimlott said. On Sunday, the monstrous fire was 25 percent contained, according to Cal Fire.
The death toll stood at two, a pair of adults found last week in a vehicle overtaken by flames a couple miles from Rasmussen's house.
It now equals the deadliest wildfire on record in California - the 1933 Griffith Park disaster in Los Angeles. The search for bodies continued Monday. "It's a heartbreaking time across California but I am inspired as ever by the courage, spirit and sacrifice of firefighters".
Southern California Edison reported to the California Public Utilities Commission "out of an abundance of caution" that there was an outage on an electrical circuit near where the fire started Thursday. The report said the fire was reported around 2:24 p.m. Thursday, two minutes after the outage.
The "Camp Fire" - in the northern foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains - is the largest and most destructive of several infernos that have sent 250,000 people fleeing their homes across the tinder-dry state, razing 6,400 homes in the town of Paradise and effectively wiping it off the map.