At least 29 deaths have also been reported and almost 230 people are still unaccounted for.
Ten search teams were working in Paradise - a town of 27,000 that was engulfed by flames Thursday - and in surrounding communities in Northern California's Sierra Nevada foothills.
By early afternoon, one of the two black hearses stationed in Paradise had picked up another set of remains.
Increasingly exhausted and dispirited, friends and relatives of the missing called hospitals, police, shelters and the coroner's office in hopes of learning what became of their loved ones. She lived alone and did not drive.
"As frightful as this has been, it's been wonderful to see the resilient spirit of everyone involved", she added.
"Without him, I knew it was going to be a loss", Rasmussen said. "You don't know if she's safe". We thank you for all the love and support we've received and send our love and prayers to everyone affected by the fires. And Barbara Hall tried in vain to find out whether her aunt and the woman's husband, who are in their 80s and 90s, made it out of their home in a retirement community in town.
Taking to social media, he wrote: "Heartbreaking time across California".
Osby said he did not "want to politicize our efforts right now" when a reporter asked him about a Saturday tweet from President Donald Trump asserting there was no reason for California's massive, deadly and costly fires except for "gross mismanagement" of forests. Brown said federal and state governments could improve forest management, but said climate change with warmer temperatures was a bigger source of the fire hazard. "Hopefully we can come together as a people to take climate change on".
Firefighters battling fire with shovels and bulldozers, flame retardant and hoses expected wind gusts up to 40 miles per hour (64 kph) overnight Sunday. Officials said it is not expected to be fully contained until November 30.
At least two people have died in that fire, said officials from the statewide agency Cal Fire.
Flames also besieged Thousand Oaks, the Southern California city in mourning over the massacre of 12 people in a shooting rampage at a country music bar Wednesday night.
Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea on Sunday said the bodies of five people had been found in their burned-out homes and a sixth was found inside a vehicle.
Thousands of fire personnel are trying to contain the Camp Fire burning north of the state capital, Sacramento, which began last week.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the Woolsey fire has caused at least two confirmed deaths and has forced more than 250,000 people to evacuate their homes.
The wildfire has been spreading through northern California since last week, displacing several people and animals. "I moved a year ago".
NASA and the US Geological Survey's (USGS) joint Landsat 8 spacecraft have captured incredible images of the Camp Fire in Northern California.