I've been talking about it all week and finally there is no air quality alert in place for SLO county. As expected some increasing breeze and a change in the weather pattern has resulted in diminished particle concentrations. That being said, sensitive people may still want to take precautions as there is some particulate matter and fires do continue to burn to our north.
There is a sundowner wind event likely tonight in the SB county mountains and canyons and passes and the adjacent Southcoast.
Offshore winds for the Central Coast Saturday morning should push marine clouds out a bit but the winds turn back NW in the afternoon and marine clouds should return overnight into Sunday morning. Sunday morning's winds will not be as strong offshore so slower clearing may result.
The upper air pattern is pretty much west to east into Tuesday for mild weather to continue. Late next week a cold front in northern CA could produce rain but for us it will just reinforce more mild temps.