I've not done a lot of observing recently due to the seemingly continuous rain over the last month, however last night was clear and although there was heavy dew, and the transparency was not very good, and the bright moonlight made star-hopping a fairly laborious process, I still managed a reasonable view of Uranus.
The seeing was good although mild jet stream activity made the view a little soft, but this improved as Uranus crossed the meridian and i became increasingly confident in the details, eventually confident enough to make a drawing.
The pole is dark.
The proceeding hemisphere is brighter than the following limb, which seems to show a dark (equatorial?) belt.
The two brighter zones and one darker belt running across the middle of the disc are uniform and smooth.
Hope you enjoy it.
Now tomorrow I need to dust off my solar filters for the transit of Mercury