September 24, 2012, 6:03 amFinally some good news for fire crews fight wildfires in Oregon and Washington. Thunderstorms forecast for the weekend never happened.The big worry was that crews already stretched thin would have to deal with new fires. Cooler weather allowed them to get a better handle on some of the bigger fires. The worst is the Table Mountain Complex near Cle Ellum, Washington where two popular cabins owned by the US Forest Service burned to the ground. That fire which continues to pour smoke into the nearby valley is over 30-thousand acres and just 10 percent contained. The nearby Wenatchee Complex is the largest in the region. It is nearly 43-thousand acres and 30 percent contained. The Pole Creek fire in Central Oregon near Sisters is 60 percent contained. Most buildings that were in danger before are now not threatened by the flames.