Clouds prevented observations during the first 4 hours of the night. After that, targets were observed through various amounts of cirrus clouds. The cirrus generally decreased as the night went on. Unfortunately, the seeing generally worsened. At the start of observing, the seeing was around 1.5 arcsec, but closer to 3-4 arcsec during the last couple of hours before morning twilight. Several targets were successfully observed despite these weather challenges.