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Cooler temperatures and some rain may aid firefighters trying to control a massive complex of fires in north-central Washington that is now the largest wildfire in state history. Fire crews made progress Tuesday with officials estimating the Carlton Complex Fire at 16% contained, up from 2% on Monday. "If the weather holds, as it is now, we may have more success today," fire spokesperson Jessica Payne said Tuesday. Winds were not expected to be a problem Tuesday evening. Forecasters said a stormy day Wednesday could bring heavy rain to western Washington and thunderstorms to eastern Washington where lightning could spark new wildfires.