More than 70 large, 100-acre or greater fires still burn across the West.
With winds lessening, red flag warnings have been lifted across much of the region.
Even though the winds may have eased, drought conditions and abnormally warm weather have gripped the region.
On Tuesday, temperatures once again reach into the 90s and 100s for most of California. Moderate to severe drought conditions continue for many of the western states as no rain is forecast through the middle of the week.
Elevated fire weather conditions exist across Southern California, where heat advisories and red flag warnings are in effect.
Inland temperatures in the 90s and 100s across Southern California will keep wildfire conditions elevated throughout the day.
In the eastern US, more fall-like weather is anticipated. Temperatures have cooled, with forecasted highs largely in the 70s on Tuesday.
Conditions for the first presidential debate in Cleveland look party cloudly and cool.
Temperatures will reach the low to mid-60s for Tuesday afternoon, falling into the upper 50s in the evening. Skies will be mostly cloudy in the morning hours with gradually clearing skies later today, with showers looking less likely.
A frontal system is bringing rain from the Midwest and South to the East Coast.
Heavy rain is possible in some of the storms that form along the cold front, with the possibility of severe weather in the eastern Carolinas and southeast Virginia.
The risk of flash flooding is also possible across the region, but drier conditions are expected to arrive by Wednesday afternoon.
In the tropics, while still in peak hurricane season, no tropical cyclones are forecast in the next five days.