In a reversal of the previous night, observing was much better in the
first half of the night than after midnight, when thicker cirrus moved over
the observatory in advance of a major winter storm that is expected to hit
tomorrow night. Despite the generally sloppy skies during the night,
nearly 20 blazars were observed, though many will not have a flux
measurement to accompany the spectropolarimetry. The seeing varied between 1.5 and 2 arcsec.