Tropical Storm Isaac continues to churn in the Caribbean, making for a host of weather predictions for the start of the Republican National Convention -- from a hurricane strike to scattered showers to sunny and warm days.
Good luck packing, conventiongoers.
The convention gets underway on Monday in Tampa, Fla. And many people are already on their way, having made plans to get a jump on the fun with an early arrival in the Sunshine State.
Accuweather.com does a succinct job of describing just how befuddling the forecast appears: "Impacts from Isaac in Florida will depend on the strength, size and track of the system and will range from sunny, breezy and hot conditions to Category 1 or 2 hurricane effects."
As a result, conventiongoers will be spending the next few days closely monitoring the weather.
The seven-day forecast from the National Weather Service doesn't suggest any need for alarm. Monday is expected to bring scattered showers and thunderstorms to Tampa, as well as partly sunny skies, a high near 88 and a 40% chance of rain.