Yesterday's storm left clear skies, calm winds, and very cold temperatures
for tonight. Conditions were photometric, but the seeing was poor during
the first part of the night (2.5-3 arcsec) as expected with a primary mirror
temperature nearly 10 degrees warmer than the ambient air, which
dropped to about 20 deg F by midnight. The seeing improved as the night
wore on, reaching a respectable 1.5 arcsec in the final few hours.
Just over 20 blazars were observed -- nearly 20 more than measured over
the past two nights.