The two nights provided an interesting weather comparison, as dusk and dawn temperatures were very similar on both occasions, but Thursday night was dry with partly clear skies, whereas Friday night was very wet. The dry night produced 72 moths of 29 species, whereas the wet night resulted in 102 of 34 species. So it seems the moths don't mind the rain too much, at least on this occasion.
Nothing massively exciting to report, but I was pleased to finally get Pebble Prominent on the garden list! It's only taken 9 years. Other species not so often recorded here included Miller, Pale Tussock, May Highflyer and a smart male Pandemis cinnamomeana.