Here is Jupiter from Saturday morning.
Seeing was not great, quite blurry but not boiling or jumping around. There were a few sharper moments when some detail could be seen
Not much to report on this face of Jupiter. The Great Red Spot had just set when I started to observe, the recent asteroid impact area was on the disc, but no marks could be seen.
There were a few dark streaks protruding from the Northern Equatorial Belt into the Equatorial Zone, and a little darkening on the corresponding edge of the Southern equatorial belt.
The south temperate belt was quite dark on the PM side of the disc.
I could not make out any ovals or other activity.
The SEB looks redder than the NEB, which is quite orange, and has a north-north component these days.