At least 33 people have been killed in the wildfires raging from California to Washington state.
The historic blazes have killed 10 people in Oregon, 22 in California, and at least one person in Washington state.
Millicent Catarancuic, 77, was among those killed in the blazes after she changed her mind on whether to leave her home in Berry Creek, California.
She had prepared to evacuate with her dogs and cats before changing her mind as the winds seemed to die down and fire appeared to be a safe distance away. But then the blazes changed direction, quickly reaching her property before she could escape them.
Officials said the death toll is likely to rise since there are more people unaccounted for in the fires.
And it’s unclear when some of the fire-ravaged regions might see a reprieve.
Doug Grafe, chief of fire protection at the Oregon Department of Forestry, said residents could expect some of the blazes to