In Washington state, a prescribed burning program hasn't yet begun on state lands, said Department of Natural Resources spokesman Thomas Kyle-Milward.
"If we have four more years of Trump's climate denial, how many suburbs will be burned in wildfires, how many suburban neighborhoods will have been flooded out, how many suburbs will have been blown away in superstorms?", Biden said during a campaign speech in his home state of DE on Monday.
Despite calmer winds blowing inland from the Pacific Ocean, there was still tens of thousands of firefighters battling 28 major wildfires as of Saturday afternoon.
"Donald Trump's climate denial may not have caused these fires and record floods and record hurricanes, but if he gets a second term, these hellish events will continue to become more common, more devastating and more deadly", Biden warned. "They have very explosive trees, but they don't have problems like this".
In recent years, scientists have linked an increasing prevalence and intensity of wildfires to climate change. "When you get into climate change, well is India going to change its ways?"
Trump has referred to climate change as a "hoax" and in 2017 pulled the United States out of the Paris accord that laid out an worldwide approach to global warming, while Biden says climate change is on his list of major crises facing the United States.
"If you give a climate arsonist four more years in the White House, why would anyone be surprised if we have more of America ablaze?" "How many suburban neighbourhoods will have been flooded out?"
Trump has struck a "law-and-order" theme during a wave of anti-racism protests.
Inside, during a meeting with officials on the fires, California Gov. Gavin Newsom accepted that his state can do a better job of forest management. But he said global warming was driving fires, reminding Trump that 57 per cent of forests in the state were under federal management. "We submit the science is in and observed evidence is self-evident: that climate change is real and that is exacerbating this".
Trump, who has authorised federal disaster aid for both California and OR, questioned that science. "But then you pull up, and the devastation of just every home, you think of every family and every situation and every burnt-down auto, and there are just no words for it".
"You're the reason they're setting fires up here", she said, perhaps referring to false rumors that left-wing activists had sparked the wildfires. "Unless we take urgent action, it'll soon be more catastrophic". The state for its part has sued his administration more than 100 times.
In November, California technically enters its wet season.
"It is maddening right now that when we have this cosmic challenge to our communities, with the entire West Coast of the United States on fire, to have a president to deny that these are not just wildfires, these are climate fires", Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said Sunday on ABC's "This Week".