This cloud cover with occasional drizzle, just will not go away. The last time I was able to image anything under a clear sky – without a patch of cloud obscuring the object every now and then, so you end up throwing out most of your exposures was on December 13th. then I imaged comet 46P Wirtanen. If you go back from that night – the last time I imaged was mid November, that is one night in over two months and the forcast is still not promising, especially for tomorrow mornings total lunar eclipse or Blood Moon. The Moon will start to enter the Earth’s shadow just after 2:30am GMT and the maximum eclipse will occur just before 5:15am, the whole eclipse lasts for more than five hours, ending at 7:48am. But would you believe the forcast is for cloud and rain.
With the current trend in climate change, the UK, especially the south west -really is not the country from which to pursue this hobby.