The night began with partly cloudy skies that caused a delay of about
a 0.5 hour before the first target could be observed. Observations continued
with some difficulty with clouds in the wrong place at the wrong time for
the next two hours. After that, the sky was clear until dawn. This was a
very productive night, with nearly 20 observations of blazars obtained.
The seeing varied between 1.2 and around 2 arcsec. The seeing was generally
better in the early portion of the night.