The California wildfires are raging out of control.
Business Insider reports the death toll from wildfires has risen to 31.
Six more bodies were recovered on Sunday, the Butte County sheriff said.
The Woolsey and Hill fires are burning on the outskirts of LA.
The fires now stretch more than 100 square miles across the area, authorities said.
The Camp Fire in northern California destroyed an entire town in less than a day.
The fires has killed at least 29 people. Authorities said it was 25% contained by Sunday morning.
The flames are being fueled by dry, hot conditions as well as strong winds.
California wildfires are becoming so frequent and pervasive that officials there say there's almost no need for the term "wildfire season" anymore.