(CNN) – Although the shortened, three day Republican National Convention is still the plan, party committee Chairman Reince Priebus told CNN on Monday that the mid-week landfall of Tropical Storm Isaac could still cause changes to the schedule.
"That's the plan right now," Priebus said. "But I will tell you we are going to be nimble.
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"If we have to do anything to incorporate some of the occurrences around this into our schedule and program... And what that means I don't know," he continued. "I can just assure you we are moving on. We're planning on having all three days. We will be nimble if we need to be."
On Saturday, the convention was shortened in anticipation of weather hitting Tampa on Monday, as the convention was to be getting underway.
Convention planners said Monday morning that they had no plans to change the schedule.