It was clear in Nova Scotia last night, but I did not fancy the drive to Saint Croix Observatory, so I observed from my light-polluted backyard with my 12" Skywatcher "Go To" telescope.
The seeing was OK, but there were moments of clarity, which I used to observe Jupiter. The Galilean satellites were all on display, far from the primary, so there were no "phenomena" to view. The not-so-Great not-so-Red Spot was due to transit at 1:09 a.m. local time, so I stayed up for that. It is very pale, more of a hole in the SEB than a thing in itself.