The sky finally clears, but at the cost of high winds and poor seeing.
Some of the poor image quality for several objects was caused by the wind
shaking the telescope. Generally, the seeing was between 2 and 3 arcsec
and the north wind fortunately stayed just below the closing limit at 40mph.
A few northern objects had to be skipped because of the wind, but over
the course of the night, just over 20 blazars were observed, and for the
first time during this campaign, serious photometric data were obtained.