SpaceX plans to launch 5,000 pounds of cargo to ISS tonight. But storms may push it to August

SpaceX could be sending 5,000 pounds of critical science cargo to the International Space Station as early as this week — if weather cooperates. The company has one shot Wednesday and Thursday evenings to shoot to space, but poor weather hovering over the Space Coast may push the launches into August.

“I wish I had some better news for everyone today,” said Will Ulrich, an Air Force launch weather officer, during a news conference at Kennedy Space Center Wednesday morning. Read more here.