Hundreds have been forced to evacuate from their homes due to a swift-moving wildfire in southern California that has torched some 20 mansions so far.
The Coastal fire in Orange County, south of Los Angeles, has grown to 199 acres since it began on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, the largest wildfire in the US has burned around 170 homes in New Mexico, and continues to threaten communities and businesses.
Fire season is off to an early start, partly due to a decades-long drought.
The Coastal fire is not contained, officials said in an update on Thursday, although the winds that have fuelled the blaze are forecast to die down later.
Around 900 homes were still under mandatory evacuation order in the hills around the city of Laguna Beach by Thursday morning.