The night was a good one until the last couple of hours. The weather
image is amazingly similar to last night's satellite map, except that Kitt
Peak is on the correct side of the border with the monsoon.
More than a dozen blazars were observed until clouds started moving in/forming
at just after 0200 local time. To add insult to injury, the dome, which
currently is operating with only one out of two drive motors, became stuck
with about 30 minutes to go in the night. Between this and the clouds, it
was decided to throw in the towel just before the start of morning twilight.
The seeing varied between 1-1.5 arcsec.