Two more people were confirmed to have died in the south of the state, around Los Angeles in the Woolsey fire, which has ravaged vast areas. The victims have not been identified.
Additional 40 miles per hour winds will blow across the Sierra Nevada foothills in Northern California near Sacramento where the so-called Camp Fire has claimed at least 23 lives. Honea said the agency was also bringing in a mobile DNA lab and encouraged people with missing relatives to submit samples to aid in the identification process.
There was a break in the strong winds yesterday, but officials already know the gusts will be back today, so most evacuation orders remain in place.
And Trump had more to say on the matter. It is the most destructive fire in state history.
"Fire departments are not able to put out wind-driven brush fires", said Andy Fox, the mayor of Thousand Oaks.
"Today, 14 additional bodies were located, which brings our total number to 23", said Sheriff Kory Honea, adding that 10 of them were found in the town of Paradise while four were discovered in the Concow area.
The charred remains of a burned out home are seen in Malibu.
Twenty three people have been killed and 110 are missing after a series of fast-moving fires ripped through the state, putting millions under red-flag warnings and pushing thousands from their homes. Most of the surrounding structures were levelled. Actor Gerard Butler said on Instagram that his Malibu home was "half-gone", and a publicist for Camille Grammer Meyer said the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star lost her home in the seaside enclave.
Firefighters have been unable to build any containment lines around the Woolsey Fire, but officials said they hoped to take advantage of a lull in winds on Saturday to make progress.
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Los Angeles County sheriff's chief John Benedict said two more people have been found dead overnight but provided no details on the deaths.
"It's devastating. It's like 'welcome to hell, '" resident Cynthia Ball said about the dual disasters outside a centre serving as a shelter for evacuees.
More than 8,000 firefighters in all battled three large wildfires burning across almost 400 square miles (1,040 square kilometres) in Northern and Southern California, with out-of-state crews arriving. "It was like a firestorm, it was roaring", he told CNN affiliate KABC about the Woolsey Fire. The severely burned bodies were discovered in a vehicle on a long residential driveway on a stretch of Mulholland Highway in Malibu, where most of the surrounding structures had burned.
Breeding said Walker's husband was at work and called a neighbour to tell his wife to evacuate, but she was on medication and might not have been alert. "You don't know if she's safe".
"I'm so sorry and my heart is with each of those who are impacted by this very bad disaster", she tweeted Saturday.
The Pasadena Fire Association also chimed in Saturday, saying the president was "wrong" and that "the fires in So".
And the flames are not escapable, even by the rich and famous like Kim Kardashian and Caitlyn Jenner.
The historic Paramount Ranch, where the TV series Westworld and other iconic series and films have been shot since 1927, was destroyed and the Malibu mansion used in The Bachelor and The Bachelorette reality TV shows has reportedly been damaged.
Associated Press writers contributing to this story include Andrew Dalton in Los Angeles; Jonathan J. Cooper in Malibu; Lynn Elber in Los Angeles; Paul Elias and Gillian Flaccus in Paradise; Don Thompson in Chico; Olga R. Rodriguez and Sudhin Thanawala in San Francisco; and Tammy Webber in Chicago.