(CNN) - More rain and storms are in the Thursday forecast for Charlotte, North Carolina host city for the Democratic National Convention, according to the National Weather Service.
See the latest forecast information and weather radar below the jump.
The NWS forecast calls for "scattered showers and thunderstorms" until 8 p.m. ET, and after that, partly cloudy skies. Precipitation in the afternoon was given a 50% chance, while the evening and overnight forecast rates that chance at 30% with "rainfall amounts of less than a tenth of an inch, except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms."
On Wednesday, convention organizers canceled plans for President Barack Obama to deliver his acceptance address Thursday evening at an outdoor stadium with over 65,000 people in attendance. The evening's events will now take place inside the main convention hall which has housed the other major events of the convention.