The sky was a mess for most of the night. Observations were made through varying amounts of cirrus. It was also quite windy as the Pacific storm system rapidly moves toward Arizona. Despite the weather challenges, it was far from a useless night as nearly 10 blazars were successfully observed for polarization. Little photometry was even attempted. The seeing started out at about 1.5 arcsec, but worsened as the night wore on and was a little more than 2 arcsec by morning twilight.