Populations appeared to benefit from the flames or, more specifically, the conditions they created.
In 2018, heavy rain after a wildfire took the lives of 21 people in Montecito, California.
The blaze in California has burned through 4,000 acres in less than 24 hours.
Wildfires can increase the threat of flash flooding in an area for up to five years.
The fires have claimed the lives of at least three people since last Friday.
Now that the Kincade Fire is fully contained, the Ranch Fire is the largest active blaze in the state.
The Eagle Fire recently ignited as California firefighters continued to battle the Kincade, Maria and Ranch Fires.
Along with having to deal with the stress of the fires, some students could be without power, making submitting online applications difficult.
Some residents returned home to find their houses destroyed by fire.
Despite strong Santa Ana winds, firefighters were able to get control of the Hillside Fire and allow residents to return home, although they may be without power.
The fire was one of at least two that ignited Thursday morning, and within hours they destroyed three residences.
The fire broke out on Thursday before dawn and within hours entered neighborhoods in San Bernardino.
Even before firefighters reached the scene, units reported a "large fire" that officials characterized as "fast moving."
Between the two fires, nearly 100 homes were destroyed in a matter of days.
Despite tough conditions, including roads and steep terrain, firefighters worked to save people's homes and gain control of the fire.
Firefighters in Los Angeles were working around the clock to put out hot spots before strong winds had the chance to carry embers miles away.
With dangerously high winds looming, firefighters worked around the clock to extinguish "hot spots" so the fire wouldn't spread.
Officials urged people to not defy evacuation orders by trying to save their home by keeping it wet with a hose.
The Getty fire was already on the fringes of the Getty Center's property but an official told Newsweek the Center was designed with natural disasters in mind.
Just hours after the flames ignited, the Los Angeles Fire Department confirmed two structures were already burning.
The Los Angeles Lakers star tweeted on Monday that he had been forced to leave his home in Brentwood as wildfires closed in on L.A.
"If possible, stay inside with windows and doors closed until smoke levels subside," the Bay Area Air District warned residents.
The service offers "free temporary housing" to those affected by disasters. To secure a place to stay, individuals fill in a form to find out what is available.
Officials urged residents to remain alert and prepare to leave because high Santa Ana winds could cause the fires to spread rapidly.
Although the clip may look like it's been Photoshopped, trees burning from the inside are a documented occurrence.
"I started knocking on all my neighbors' doors because I knew they were sleeping."
The fire also enabled the school to fast track construction-related programs that will train students to aid in the rebuilding effort.
A study has reconstructed the immediate aftermath of the asteroid 66 million years ago to learn more about the impact of the momentous event.
Onyx Lorenzoni said Macron and other leaders should focus on their own domestic issues rather than involve themselves in the ongoing campaign against the wildfires.