I got in my first telescopic observation of Jupiter since before New Years last night (this morning UT). Conditions were OK--not great--but I'll take what I can get. Good astronomy weather has been scarce here. The temp was 21°F (-6°C) but with no wind so it didn't feel too bad.
Oval BA was faint but there (although the whole area looked blocky). Something new was the prominent bright spot smack in the middle of the South Equatorial Belt (SEB). The large festoon bases on the south edge of the North Equatorial Belt (NEB) were also prominent. Other notes are with the sketch.
Good luck with your own weather and Jupiter observations. The King is high in prime time for us northern hemisphere observers right now.