The TurkmenAlem52E/MonacoSAT telecommunications satellite. Image source: Thales Alenia.
Last September, SpaceX set a modern Cape record when it turned around its pad for another launch within fourteen days.
Fourteen days and fifty-two minutes, to be exact.
If today's launch of a Thales Alenia communications satellite goes as scheduled at 6:14 PM EDT, it will have been about thirteen days, two hours and four minutes since the last SpaceX launch April 14 on Pad 40.
As of this writing, the weather forecast is 60% favorable, but drops to 30% for Tuesday.