Weather problems continue at the Kuiper Telescope. The sky cleared for
almost three hours at the start of the night. Unfortunately, much of
this time was spent working out issues having to do with the new telescope
control system that was recently installed. Some standard stars were
observed, but by the time the first blazar could be observed, clouds had
moved back in and only a very low quality observation could be made.
The dome was closed as the humidity rose and the fog moved in. The
observatory was in fog for the rest of the night.