ORLANDO, Fla. – The SpaceX launch was scrubbed Tuesday evening because of the upper level winds, not the winds at the surface. The situation should improve for Wednesday's window and I would bet the launch happens then.
Tonight, the sky goes partly cloudy. The low in Orlando will drop to 45 degrees.
Look for our winds to slow down. The wind will still be from the north, but only at 10-15 mph instead of 20 mph.
The big story will be how nice it becomes for the next 48 hours and how cold it gets after that.
Tuesday night's low will be 45 degrees in Orlando, but Wednesday will be mostly sunny with a high of 68.
The real cold air arrives on Friday with a high of only 58 and a low of 38.
The normal high this time of year is 73, while the normal low is 52.