Been off the boards due to bad weather and too much work. Last night was a work night but clear so I stayed up late.
It's been five weeks (!) since I last saw Saturn so I was curious about any changes. Seeing was not good and I almost didn't do a sketch but decided to record what I could see.
The storm in the North Tropical Zone (NTrZ) is still visible as a bright area. The North Equatorial Belt (NEB) appeared broad (especially with the W#21 filter) and mottled.
The shadow of the rings on the globe has changed from inside to outside the rings. The shadow of the globe on the rings is now cast on the following side of the rings.
The sketch was done at the eyepiece using 2B and HB graphite pencils and a black charcoal pencil on Sol Robbins's template. After scanning I flipped the sketch to give the classical south up, preceding to the left view.