Well, consider that the hour of cardio only burns off a couple hundred calories. Big deal. I don't do that much, ever.
The lifting, on the other hand, will preserve lean mass, make you hard and change the shape of your body. FAR more important than a few-hundred-calorie deficit that you could just as easily create by eating one less bagel that day.
Lifting requires glycogen and glucose. Anaerobic. The whole point of cardio is to burn fat, right? Well guess what - if you lift first, and intensely, you'll release free fatty acids into your blood stream! Do your lifting, then say 20 minutes of any type of cardio you like afterward, and you'll get the best of both worlds. Do your cardio first, particularly if you do an hour of it, you'll burn less fat, have a shitty lifting workout, and be more likely to injure yourself and overtrain.
You really can't cardio off your weight. It takes too much. You want to do a half hour walk in the morning, that's fine. But you're doing way too much cardio, where the lion's share of your deficit really ought to come from your diet.