Jupiter was showing its 'boring' side, which didn't seem all that boring to me. One of the first features to catch my attention was the very white ovals in the NEB. The first one was very prominent but the second one took a bit more effort to confirm. The NEB also seemed to display quite a bit of texture, indicating a lot of activity. The SEB was much more uniform and bland looking. When I observed the NTB It appeared bold and rough. There must have been quite a lot of swirling going on. The STB was quite the opposite, appearing very thin and light. The band along the equator had a ghostly character to it, appearing momentarily and mostly only showing one part or another. The NPC appeared bland and lighter than I have observed it, and I'm not sure if this was due to the observing conditions. The SPC was very light, so much so that one edge seemed to disappear at times. I did catch the dark partial band in the SPC, as well as the slight light streaks along both polar caps, especially the SPC.
Any color appearing in my sketch is due to scanning and posting. As noted, I could not see any color last night due to light pollution and humidity.
NORME: I logged on after finishing my sketch and happened to see your latest Jupiter post. Although your sketch is in a class of its own, the similarities between your sketch and mine are pretty apparent. You and I observed the same side of Jupiter, although I'm sure it was 10hr or 20hr apart.