SpaceX's return to space with its Falcon 9 rocket has been pushed back. It's now scheduled for January 14 due to the "high winds and rain" that are forecasted for Vandenberg Air Force Base in the preceding few days.
The new date comes from Iridium, whose satellites will be brought to space using a Falcon 9.
This launch is a little more significant than usual since it's the first launch SpaceX will complete following its September 2016 explosion. A successful launch helps the company restore its public image and reassure clients about its reliability.