Short-term performance update -
We managed to get a beach-side reservation at the last minute in Galveston Island State Park last night, but we didn't use the available hook-ups - the point was the quality of the venue because we wanted to test the solar system.
Took the Interstate out of storage around 9:30 a.m. yesterday - battery at 100%. Turned on fridge, lights, etc. to run.
It was heavily overcast yesterday - not a peek of sun. And it is winter so sun angle is low. Despite this, the battery was still at 99% when the "charging" light flipped off around 5 pm yesterday as the sun was going down.
We used lights, TV, fridge, Fantastic, water pump through the evening as we normally would. Battery was at 79% by morning. This was expected; when I would boondock pre-solar, it would fall to 70-75% the first night, because it would typically start drawing down earlier in the day. I might leave early morning and get to a boondock location by 1 pm to 2 pm timeframe - and it would draw down from that point. But yesterday it was 5 pm before it commenced.
Today the weather is worse - darker skies and absolutely pouring rain. We returned home but I left stuff running to simulate boondocking. Solar had recharged the battery to 92% by 1 pm. It's still recharging now.
From this I surmise it doesn't appear that there will be any boondocking limitations due to adverse weather. This was predicted in theory, but it's another thing to have it prove up in practice.