The fires are out of the major San Diego metropolitan areas, but the air quality is still bad. The following link provides an hourly update on air pollution - including the 2.5 micron fire-generated particulate matter.
There's alot of data there; look for the "11_PM_2_5 (UG/M3) heading. The data there provide an hourly reading on how much of the 2.5 micron fire-generated particles are still in the air. The ug/m3 means "micrograms per cubic meter".
Wednesday, October 24, 2007
The Counties of Southern California:
Posted by Jim Giles at 11:39 PM
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Posted by Jim Giles at 11:13 PM
I noticed that the timestamps on the lat/lon points from the Google Earth kmz file were all the same (and stale); I believe that it can only be upadated when the satellite passes overhead (in a polar orbit?). The position data is only valid for infrequent snapshots of fire position.
Posted by Jim Giles at 11:06 PM