Monday's probable test hop of Starship Prototype Serial Number 8 has been moved up to tomorrow (Sunday, Dec. 6) between 12 and 6 PM CST. There is a "reported but unconfirmed" report that the flight will not be to 15km, but 12.5km, or 8.1 to 6.7 nautical miles. To me that's a subtle difference that I don't think I'd notice without instruments to tell me.
This morning's Cargo Dragon flight to the ISS has been bumped to tomorrow at 11:17 AM EST. While not rainy, we're under just about 100% cloud cover, so the delay is fine by me.
If you go to YouTube to watch, it's easier to come back later than to go backwards in time and come back earlier. Easiest of all is to watch YouTube for word of the flight having happened and then watch the replay. Launch watchers always assume that launch can be delayed, like this morning's, but I never expect them to move forward in time.