In addition, a large wildland fire that originated in Colorado crossed into Kansas affecting Stanton and Morton Counties, according to a the State Adjutant General's Office.
Rain and snow are forecast for the area on Friday.
"Fighting the destructive power of wildfire means that our Wildland Firefighters are working in extreme conditions protecting people's lives, homes, and forestland", said Charlie Morgan, State Forester. Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer and Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin have issued disaster declarations.
Several experienced fire fighters are heading out from Virginia to help fight the deadly wildfires burning through Texas and Oklahoma. It isn't clear how much land has burned there.
That fire had grown further by Tuesday afternoon, Oklahoma Emergency Management spokeswoman Keli Cain said, but an updated acreage was not available.
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El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder praised fire crews on Wednesday for protecting so much property despite a lack of air support because of winds gusting up to 60 miles per hour (96 kph) on Tuesday. No injuries were reported. National Weather Service meteorologist Mark Buller said the fire risk has shifted south into western Oklahoma.
In Colorado, fire crews on Tuesday battled fast-moving, wind-sparked blazes that stretched from the Denver area northward and eastward toward Kansas.
Wildfire near Seiling was battled by firefighters overnight, authorities report.
Another wind-whipped wildfire destroyed five homes and several outbuildings east of Pueblo and forced 200 families from their homes.
The smoke from the fires in western Oklahoma is so heavy that firefighters more than 100 miles (160 kilometers) away in Oklahoma City told residents to avoid calling 911 unless they see flames.