Here is a drawing of Jupiter made this morning.
I got up at 4:30 and was treated to an unusually dark and transparent sky, I was almost tempted to have a look at a nebula or two, but my intended target won me over.
Good thing too because not long after starting to observe, thin cloud began to build in the south, by the end of my session it had thickened and was covering 80% of the sky.
The seeing started at Ant III and, whilst varying with the cloud activity, it never really improved.
I got my timings wrong last weekend, struggled out of bed in the small hours and turned my scope to Jupiter just in time to see the GRS sailing over the afternoon limb of the planet, again. (insert profanity of your choice).
This time I finally got a half decent view of the Great Read spot and its smaller counterpart, Oval BA. Even so they both appeared pale orange against the creamy hue of the south tropical area and were hard to see much detail in, their edges appearing soft and overall contrast low.
The South Equatorial Belt has been churned up by the GRS to a great extent and there is a complex wake following the storm, with a large white rift running chaotically through it.
There was a smaller white rift in the North Equatorial Belt just approaching the Central Meridian, and several dark barges swirling into the Equatorial Zone.