High winds prevented observations for the first 4 hours of the night.
Wind gusts of over 50 mph were common. By 2330 local time, the wind had
subsided enough to begin observations. A half dozen blazars were observed
before the humidity rose too high and forced a closure of the dome.
At 0230, the humidity subsided and observations continued until the end of
the night. In all, 11 bright blazars were observed in decidedly non-photometric conditions with highly variable seeing of 2-4 arcsec.