Campaign 33 begins at the Kuiper telescope with a sky full of cirrus. Observations were slowed during the first two hours and then again for a brief period around midnight. Finally, thicker clouds made observations difficult just before the start of morning twilight. Between these three periods of worse cloud cover, condition were quite good and the night was productive with nearly 20 blazars observed spectropolarimetically. Even some spectrophotometry was attempted during the better portions of the night. The seeing ranged between 1.2 and 1.8 arcsec.
A pacific storm is approaching Arizona from the west and prospects for
tomorrow night are not good.