Kennedy Space Center will remain closed on Friday, Sept. 15.
The center’s damage assessment and recovery team has completed a 90 percent review of the center and continues to recover key systems throughout Kennedy.
Based on the initial analysis provided by the Patrick Air Force Base 45th Space Wing Weather Squadron, wind speeds at the center varied from 67-94 mph (59-82 knots) at the 54-foot level to 90-116 mph (79-101 knots) at the 458-foot level during the storm.
The center currently is without potable water service, which is used for drinking, food preparation and cleaning.
The center and surrounding community remain under a boil water restriction.
The center’s chillers rely on industrial water and are unaffected by the water restriction. The center will re-open following restoration of full water service.