>> As more than 10,000 firefighters continue to battle the deadly flames in California, officials are inspecting some evacuated areas in Sonoma County to decide if its safer residents who still have a house standing to return. The county sheriff's office say two of the three deadliest blazes, the Tubbs fire and the Atlas fire, were more than half contained by Sunday.
Fire officials saying strong winds that had fanned flames had largely died down, but adding Napa and Sonoma residents should still stay vigilant.>> As you get back to your homes, and you start recovering and you see smoke that's around there, i If you have something that's close to your home that's a threat to your home, call 911.
>> But the fast moving fires north of San Francisco remain a danger, with thousands more people ordered to leave their homes on Saturday. At least 40 people have died since the fires broke out, and officials say they expect the death toll to rise. Over 200 people are missing in Sonoma County alone.
About 75,000 people remain displaced. The fires damaging or destroying about 5,700 structures. California Governor Jerry Brown getting a first hand look this weekend at what he calls a horror.>> This is truly one of the greatest, if not the greatest, tragedy that California has ever faced.>> Officials calling this year's wildfire season one of the worst in the country's history, with nearly 8.6 million acres burned so far.