Will weather cooperate for tonight's SpaceX launch?

Finally! After days and days of delays, SpaceX will attempt a much-awaited launch Thursday night over in Cape Canaveral.

The mission will aim to put a Turkish Satellite into orbit. The launch window will open for 4 hours beginning at 8:28 p.m. 

As of right now, launch probability stands at 70% but might that chance fall a bit as forecasters reassess conditions for later tonight?

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An incoming cold front currently located over the Gulf South is moving right at Florida.

Clouds will continue increasing throughout the day and rain chances will be rising after 6:30-7 p.m. this evening. Rain coverage will begin over the western counties, spreading into East Central Florida territory late evening through very early Friday morning.

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A look at current forecast modeling shows a band of showers moving through the midsection of the State late tonight.

The threat of rainfall and of course the previously mentioned increase in clouds could be enough to throw a wrench in the launch.

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