Weather Report for December 29, 2013

The band of clouds that started to move in at the end of last night took most of tonight to move out of the area. The entire first half of the night was lost to clouds. The dome was opened a little before midnight as the thickest portion of cloud cover moved to the east of Kitt Peak, although it turned into a real struggle to obtain successful observations for the next three hours. Finally, the sky cleared nearly completely for the last three hours of the night. In total, about a dozen blazars were observed in clear skies and through cirrus clouds. Seeing varied between 1.5 and 2.5 arcsec.