Mostly thin, scattered cirrus and very warm temperatures greeted the
start of Campaign 40 at the Kuiper Telescope on Mt. Bigelow.
It was a productive night for spectropolarimetry, but the light cloud cover
made photometry difficult. Little photometry was done after midnight.
The seeing started out at about 1.5 arcsec and slowly degraded to around
2.5 arcsec by the end of the (short) night.