There were very high winds today on the space coast. The flight flew into these high gusty winds. Did the sensors request the extra fuel to over come the very high winds thereby causing too much fuel burn (more than anticipated/designed) during the early part of the flight when it was most needed? At low intial speeds wouldn't the rocket need the extra fuel burn to over come high winds and stay on course? Don't ignore what might be considered obvious. My first post, hope it goes to the right place for a verified answer.