Weather Report for February 6, 2013

Skies were clear for the first half of the night with the seeing fluctuating between 1-2 arcsec. After midnight, thin cirrus clouds moved over the observatory from the west. However, it was high humidity that ended operations for over 2 hours at about 0330 local time. The humidity edged back down enough to allow for another three blazars to be observed through thin clouds at the end of the night. Although a significant amount of time was lost to the weather, it was a productive night with over a dozen blazars successfully observed.