Instead, this photo by Larry Rogers in Cle Elum depicts a "fog bow."
Updated 6 p.m.
After two days of flirting with 80 degrees, nature is about to make a change. Now before you start thinking about canceling your weekend plans be aware that the change will be a modest one. So tonight expect another great evening on the patio with temperatures in the 70s well into the night.
Saturday will start off mostly cloudy with temperatures in the upper 50s. The sun will break through the clouds as the day proceeds and high temperatures in the afternoon will be in the mid to upper 70s. All in all not a bad way to start off your weekend. On Sunday we get the same deal only the clouds will stick around a little longer and temperatures will drift to the low to mid 70s.
It's really next week that the change accelerates. From Monday through Thursday high temperatures will be back in the low 60s and there is a chance of showers over the entire period.
Up in the Cascades there still a risk of some alpine showers and afternoon pass temperatures will be in the mid-60s. This is the time in Eastern Washington when the temperatures begin to spike close to 90°. If your travels take you to wine country take your shorts as well as your sunglasses you will need them.
So enjoy your weekend. There will be very few reasons to complain.