Both storms were Category 1 hurricanes when they hit.
“When people meet each other, they meet each other with condolences. The first question they asked is not who died, but who survived.”
The Libyan Red Crescent said 10,100 people also remain missing.
"Wherever you go, you find dead men, women, and children,” an aid worker said.
The staggering tally comes with four months of the year still remaining.
Maui authorities say anywhere between 500 and 1,000 people remain unaccounted for two weeks after the deadliest U.S. wildfire in more than a century destroyed Lahaina.
A total of 114 people have been confirmed dead, but only 27 of them have been identified, Maui County Mayor Richard Bissen said Monday.
“We don’t want him to be lost,” one woman said of her missing son. “If we don’t get his body back, he’ll just be lost.”
President Joe Biden will also travel to the island, where the historic town of Lahaina was razed by the deadliest U.S. wildfire in over a century.
Upper Makefield Township Fire Chief Tim Brewer said Monday the effort would be a “massive undertaking.”