The science program caught a break tonight as Kitt Peak was in an extended
break in the massive cirrus stream coming up the southwest. The sky was mostly clear from the end of evening twilight until 0130 local time. Even some photometry was attempted, although it remains to be seen how many of these observations are valid. By 0200, spectropolarimetry became more difficult as thicker cirrus moved over the observatory and only a couple of objects could be observed during the last four hours of the night. Over a dozen blazars were observed in seeing ranging from 1-2.5 arcsec.