Two days of showers have complicated search efforts in California, but also helped nearly extinguish the wildfires, according to Josh Bischof, operations chief for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said. Once the rain clears, state officials will be able to determine if the blaze is fully out, he said. The Camp Fire ignited Nov. 8 and has destroyed nearly 19,000 buildings, most of them homes. That's more than the worst eight fires in California's history combined, the agency said, with thousands of people displaced. Volunteers interrupted by rain Friday found other ways to help.