Ford County reported seven homes were destroyed.
Wildfires have burned through hundreds of thousands of acres in northwest Oklahoma near the Kansas and Texas borders.
Clark County emergency management spokeswoman Allison Kuhns says, "This is what small towns are all about".
The amount of Kansas and Oklahoma in what's classified as modified or severe drought also has intensified, with the entire eastern half of Colorado in various degrees of drought, according to the Nebraska center, which tracks US drought conditions weekly.
The TFS said Tuesday forward progression of the fire has been stopped and crews are making good progress in fighting the fire.
"These conditions will make it somewhat easier for firefighting efforts, but far from flawless". "The fires still will be moving". "The ideal situation is that it would turn cold and rain, and unfortunately that's not going to happen".
Authorities also blame wildfires for the deaths of four people in Texas and one in Kansas.
Here's what happening in each state right now.
Firefighters are working relentlessly to control and put out wildfires that have killed at least two people and burned more than 800,000 acres in northwestern Oklahoma.
Horner said it would be several weeks before the damage could be fully assessed, but she confirmed that one person had been killed, along with an untold number of livestock in several counties. He was killed after he got out of his vehicle.
Two SUVs crashed into the truck, injuring six people who were taken to hospitals, state trooper Michael Racy said. Kuhns said there also have been significant cattle losses and that entire ranches were engulfed.
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The Calvert family is now staying with another daughter in Hutchinson, she said. Crews went to homes and structures in the area looking for victims. Area roads, including Interstate 76, were closed until Monday evening. They dropped about 138,000 gallons on fires near Hutchinson in Reno County, where 10,000 to 12,000 people voluntarily evacuated their homes.
At least a dozen wildfires burning in Colorado, Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma and Florida have charred more than 1,700 square miles and remain largely uncontained.
Judge Richard Peet said three ranch residents died while trying to save cattle, one from smoke inhalation and two from burns.
"On Tuesday morning, smoldering fields and hay piles were sending throat-clogging smoke into the air", reported the Post's Jesse Paul.
The woman was trying to keep her farm near Buffalo from burning, according to AP reports.
Several areas of the Texas Panhandle are in danger, as multiple wildfires tear through several areas, leaving at least three dead.
The largest of the two is the Perryton fire, which is more than 300,000 acres wide and only 5% contained.
Bunting says the winds will come mostly from the south and southwest, but at 40 miles per hour or higher, and with humidity levels below 20 percent, people shouldn't mistakenly believe the threat is reduced.
Spradlin estimates that the fire has burned just more than 155 square miles.
No fatalities or buildings were lost in the fire, but three firefighters were injured in the blaze according to the Amarillo Fire Department and Forest Service.