The Woolsey Fire in Southern California has charred 91,572 acres and is 20% contained, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
The area is under a red flag warning until Tuesday afternoon, and gusty winds and low humidity will persist.
Here's what we know about the fire so far:
- Two deaths were reported in Malibu
- 57,000 structures are threatened
- At least 177 structures were destroyed, two were damaged
Malibu resident Ari Soffer took this video of some of the damage: