The "Camp Fire", which erupted on Thursday, has ravaged 125,000 acres (50,585 hectares) of land and is 30 percent contained, according to Cal Fire.
The remains of 13 more victims of the Camp Fire were discovered Monday, bringing the death toll to 42.
The region remains under both a "critical" and "extreme" risk Tuesday with winds of up to 60 miles per hour and gusts of more than 70 miles per hour possible, according to CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri.
Paradise, which is home to many elderly retirees and has experienced an unusually dry fall, was virtually razed to the ground by the fast-moving "Camp Fire" blaze.
The Hill Fire is now 85 percent contained and has not been almost as devastating as the Camp and Woolsey fires.
News reports said the wildfire has threatened the homes of many celebrities, including Guillermo del Toro, Alyssa Milano, Will Smith, James Woods, Orlando Bloom, Melissa Etheridge, Cher and Pink.
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The fire has burned more than 85,000 acres, and along with the nearby Hill Fire it has prompted the evacuation of around 250,000 residents. According to the Daily Mail, it is now the state's deadliest fire in history, and also the most destructive - having destroyed more than 7,100 homes and other structures since it started burning Thursday.
Jesus Fernandez, who lived in the town of Concow also died in the inferno.
However, California Governor Jerry Brown requested a major disaster declaration from US President Donald Trump, calling for the federal government to allocate more funds to the state for disaster relief as well as the rebuilding process. A Red Flag Warning remained in effect for Los Angeles and Ventura counties through Tuesday. "We had asked them if they would take time off and they wouldn't do it because they were so committed to this".
James Wiley said sheriff's deputies informed him that his father, Carl, was among the dead, but the younger Wiley hadn't been able to leave his property in the fire area to see for himself.
The release of the names comes as a utility company is sued by victims over claims its power lines caused the fire.
Among those who lost their homes was the pop star Miley Cyrus, who tweeted that her "house no longer stands but the memories shared with family & friends stand strong".