Holy Fire Update: Map and Latest on Cleveland National Forest Wildfire in California

The Holy fire burning in the Cleveland National Forest in Southern California reached 4,000 acres on Tuesday, authorities confirmed. The fire was just two percent contained.

The fire was first reported on Monday in Holy Jim Canyon on the west side of the Santa Ana Mountains in Orange County, officials with the Cleveland National Forest confirmed. Authorities soon confirmed the fire was, in fact, higher up, in Trabuco Canyon.

"The fire spread quickly with high temperatures in the steep terrain," an incident overview of the fire said.

A voluntary evacuation order was in place for areas from Highway 74 west from Lookout Restaurant to Nichols Institute, as well as all connecting roads in Rancho Capistrano, El Cariso Village and Blue Jay.

The cause of the fire was under investigation. Some 600 fire personnel were on scene working to contain the flames. Two hikers that were stranded near the fire were evacuate to safety, OCFA said.

Elsewhere in California, more than a dozen other immense wildfires continued to burn. The Mendocino Complex Fires became the largest in the state's history on Tuesday. The fires had consumed some 290,692 acres as almost 4,000 fire personnel worked to contain them. The fires destroyed 75 homes, while another 11,300 structures remained threatened, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

Aerial view of Trabuco Canyon as a tanker aircraft dumps load onto Holy Fire, Near Santiago Peak, California, August 6, 2018 in this still image taken from a video obtained from social media. TWITTER / @ZULUJUMPER/via REUTERS