Democrats monitor weather ahead of Charlotte convention

August 30, 2012

Republicans may not be the only ones who have concerns about the weather when it comes to convention planning, CNN reports:

Democratic National Convention officials have been anxiously watching the weather for next week when President Obama will deliver his convention speech from an outdoor stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina, a convention official told CNN. Another source said officials have readied a "contingency plan" which would be announced "closer to the convention" should extreme weather strike...

...Forecasts show the potential for rain and possibly thunderstorms on Thursday for Charlotte, creating the potential for the soaking of the tens of thousands of attendees and casting a cloud over the carefully-staged event

Sean Sullivan has covered national politics for The Washington Post since 2012.
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Sean Sullivan · August 30, 2012