TAMPA, Florida -- Ask just about anybody on any side -- convention organizers, protesters, and police -- and they'll tell you plans are sliding back into place Sunday.
Coverings have been stripped off small tents around the Tampa Bay Times Forum to keep Isaac's winds from carrying them away, but security checkpoints underneath the naked tent frames are still open.
Police and convention managers are telling protesters on the streets and delegates at their hotels how to handle the storm, but some folks are still rallying and others are still shopping.
All of the Republican National Convention's major Monday events have been canceled, but planners are already rescripting the events to weave Monday's missing elements into the rest of the week.
And many protesters say as long as it's safe, they'll still show up Monday to speak their minds. "Plan A is we protest the RNC. Plan B is we protest in the rain," protester Karen Boyer said Sunday at a rally at downtown Tampa's Lykes Gaslight Park.
Governor Rick Scott said he's even ready to send Florida resources to help other states with Isaac. That aid will only be offered as long as responders are not busy with damage in their own hometowns and GOP convention security stays fully staffed, Scott said.
Add Scott to the list of people ready to move past Isaac and get on with this massive, multi-day show. "This is a great state. People want to come to our state," he said at a briefing Sunday in Tampa. "We're gonna make sure they have a great convention. And I'm very comfortable it'll end up being a great convention."