We have a spectacularly clear night--because anything like moisture froze out of the air days ago. The Milky Way was obvious, and the constellations were glorious.
I rolled out Big Bertha, and wow! I could see an enormous amount of detail on Jupiter at 160x, including the Red Spot, and more detail in the bands than I could ever hope to sketch. (A bit like Jupiter in this Jack Newton picture, but much sharper.) But it was just too cold to stay out there! I can't wear gloves the whole time, and my hands were beginning to ache from the cold.