This night was remarkably poor given the great observing conditions
exploited only 24 hours earlier.
Clouds forced several dome closings and wiped out nearly half of the night.
Even during the clearer periods, observations were often slowed by
clouds. The seeing was reasonable during the useful parts of the night
and often around 1 arcsec. Little photometry was attempted. Although
10 blazars were successfully observed for polarization, several measurements
will not have the extremely high signal-to-noise ratios typically
achieved by the monitoring program.