Oregon is struggling to deal with the largest wildfires to rip through the state in 13 years. The fires, which have been burning mainly in the southwest part of the state since July, have led to evacuations and warnings about hazardous air quality. Indeed, the air quality in some parts of Oregon has ranked among the worst in the country due to the smoke. “Smoke and air quality have been a huge concern,” Jason

Bayless, a spokesman for the Illinois Valley Fire District, told Fox News. “We’ve had unhealthy conditions for a few days.” Authorities fear that warmer weather in the next few days could make the fires worse. Temperatures are expected to hit triple digits, and anticipated storms could bring lightning that could spark fires. Lightning strikes ignited the fires now raging. MORE