Weather Report for March 11, 2016

Warmer than normal temperatures, no wind, and generally clear skies made for a very productive night. The seeing ranged from 1.2-1.8 arcsec. There were some very thin cirrus clouds at times, but these were not as numerous as during the previous night.

The monitoring program will now take a short break to make way for an Astronomy Camp tomorrow night. There is a chance that after this other group finishes their visual astronomy program, SPOL can be remounted on the telescope and some objects observed during the later portion of the coming night. A lot will depend on a fast-moving storm system expected to hit at the end of the night.