Weather Report for June 6, 2013

A clear night finishes observing campaign 51. This was a highly productive campaign with no time lost to weather issues. The seeing started out at 1.3 arcsec, but was closer to 2 arcsec for most of the night.

The Fermi/Steward blazar monitoring program held serve during this campaign since few clouds are expected in Arizona during this time of year. Chances are great that this will change for the next campaign at the Bok Telescope, which starts within one day of the tradition beginning of the summer "monsoon" season. Hopefully, the Bok Telescope with not be a lightning rod when we are attempting to observe blazars in July.