An air quality alert has been issued for San Luis Obispo County, which affects the temperature

Fog and smog on the Central Coast and low clouds will affect coastal areas by the middle of next week.

The oceanic crust looks deep overnight on Saturday and can cause misty and misty conditions in the evening and morning hours.

It looks to stick around the coast, but breaks into some more inland communities.

An air quality warning for San Luis Obispo County is in effect from 5 pm until 14 September.

If you smell smoke or see ashes, it is best to close windows and doors indoors, and avoid strenuous activity outside.

Friday’s day’s elevation was originally anticipated due to a thick layer of smoke from forest fires burning across the state.

The smoke from these wildlife is having an international impact, with research institutes in Germany locating it in their fields.

For Saturday, the daytime highs on the beach are looking to reach the low 60s, the coastal valleys reaching the mid-70s and the inner valleys reaching the upper 80s.

Northwest and north-easterly winds are expected along the coast of San Luis Obispo County and in coastal valleys with a speed of 10–20 MPH this evening.

For inland valleys, south and southwest winds will continue with strong winds at speeds of 15–20 mph.

There will also be winds blowing from the north-east for areas such as Gavita with wind speeds up to 20 mph in the south coast region.