I had a decent night in the end on Tuesday 10th May 2016. The weather was forecast to be poor, but somewhat remarkably, I didn't get wet. Wind was a problem - it was very strong throughout blasting across the summit and I suffered at least five mast collapses. I only had to re-bend antenna elements once though! I say "remarkably" that I didn't get wet. All night I could see heavy rain within 2 miles of me. For one totally weird 30 minute period, I was completely surrounded by heavy rain, all within a quarter of a mile of my summit! But not a single drop on The Cloud G/SP-015! I have never experienced anything like it!
Anyway, 59 QSOs, all 70cm SSB, 13 squares: IO64, 74, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, JO01. Briefly heard GM4JTJ in CW from IO86, but no QSO. Never heard any other squares or any DX.