An Austin wildfire authorities believe was sparked by a homeless man's campfire burned 100 acres and damaged at least 18 homes.
And fire officials expect the number of damaged homes to increase once they can get a better look at the destruction after daylight Monday.
Wildfires have spread across more than 700,000 acres in drought-stricken Texas.
Authorities believe a homeless man started the Austin fire by lighting a campfire to cook amid strong winds and tinder-dry conditions.
The fire destroyed at least eight homes and damaged 10 others.
The suspect's name has not been released. He's charged with reckless endangerment.