Firefighters continue to battle 28 major fires acros the state, with the Creek, Bobcat, Slater and Willow fires reported to be zero percent contained.
"It's almost a complete disaster," said Chris Luz, the mayor of Phoenix, Oregon.
As of September 9, there have been 17 named storms in the Atlantic Basin.
Nearly 14,000 firefighters are battling 25 major wildfires, three of which have been zero percent contained, as of Tuesday evening.
In a press release sent to Newsweek via email, the Whitman County Sheriff's Office wrote that "Within hours, many of the homes in Malden and the nearby town of Pine City were on fire or completely destroyed."
It's currently moving over the Cabo Verde Islands and "is forecast to become a hurricane in a couple of days," according to the National Hurricane Center.
The low temperatures in the 30s come not long after the state experienced extremely high temperatures throughout August.
Over 14,100 firefighters were reported to be battling 24 large wildfires across California, as of Monday evening.
One person has died due to a medical issue amid the ongoing fire but there may be more casualties, the Fresno Fire Department warned.
Several large new fires broke out across California over the weekend.
The police officer was seen helping to load a suitcase into a resident's vehicle before warning others to evacuate.
The latest blazes, including the Creek Fire, Valley Fire and El Dorado Fire, have collectively burned tens of thousands of acres, while thousands of residents have been evacuated.
The fires raging across the state this weekend were also accompanied by extreme heat, with records tumbling in several locations.
Over 50,000 residents, including in Santa Cruz, San Mateo, Napa and Sonoma counties, have been allowed to return to their homes.
The iconic Golden Nugget Lake Charles Hotel & Casino in Louisiana was decimated in last night's hurricane.
Those affected by Hurricane Laura can be helped through financial donations, volunteering and giving blood.
"Extremely dangerous" Hurricane Laura will cause up to 20 feet of flooding in certain areas, with Lake Charles being engulfed by sea water.
Parts of the I-10 Calcasieu River Bridge, running between Lake Charles and Westlake, have been closed due to safety concerns.
Nearly 140,000 people across the state remain under evacuation orders.
Around 1.2 million of the total acres this year were burned in the past week, California Gov. Gavin Newsom confirmed.
Over 13,000 lightning strikes since August 15 have caused more than 600 fires across the state.
Hurricane and storm surge watches have been issued for most of southern Louisiana, including New Orleans, and southeast Texas, the National Weather Service (NWS) confirmed earlier.
The two tropical systems that are expected to enter the Gulf next week both formed on Thursday in the Atlantic Basin.
The LNU Lightning Complex and CZU August Lightning Complex have reached 215,000 acres and 157,475 acres, respectively.
Nearly 200 structure were destroyed by the fires, while 50,000 more remain under threat, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
At one point on Tuesday, Genevieve clocked wind speeds of around 130 miles per hour, making it a powerful Category 4 hurricane. It has now weakened to a tropical storm after lashing Baja California.
Both storms could make landfall as hurricanes on the same day, which coincidentally would be on the 3-year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey slamming Texas.
The National Weather Service is warning of "dangerously hot conditions" in many areas of the western United States over the next few days.
Excessive Heat Warnings are in effect for several parts of the state, according to the National Weather Service.