Heavy gusts at the Wallops Island Launch Facility forced Rocket Lab to "stand down" on Saturday.
The business indicated that it will announce a new launch date next week.
Virginians and Mid-Atlantic residents may view NASA's Wallops Island satellite launch tonight.
The rocket will launch a high-resolution imaging satellite from Capella Space.
Wallops Island's eastern Shore launch pad will launch the rocket between 6 and 8 p.m.
Saturday night, weather permitting. If not, launch dates will be moved to next week.
NASA's east coast rocket map. Weather allowing, most Virginians will witness the rocket.
NASA tweeted at 2:42 p.m. that launch conditions were "70% good" and cloud cover was the main concern.
8News' Wallops Island cameras will stream the launch if clouds obstruct your view.