Isaac is proving to be quite the curveball for organizers of the Republican National Convention.
Not only did it cancel Monday's events, but it could hit the area around New Orleans on the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, which is Wednesday.
And that brings up an uneasy scenario for the RNC. Four years ago, though the convention was held in Minneapolis-St. Paul, organizers canceled a day of the RNC out of respect for those in the path of Hurricane Gustav.
"With another major storm bearing down on the U.S. coast, it's certainly a possibility that more changes are on their way," Fox 13 Political Editor Craig Patrick said.
Asked if the RNC would do the same thing later this week in Tampa, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio said it's too early to tell.
"Well, obviously it depends on the impact of the storm," he told Fox 13. "There's a lot to be known here. This storm could intensify. This storm could weaken. We don't know. These things are unpredictable. What's important is that what's going on with the convention doesn't slow down or get in the way of preparing for the storm. That's why you see these governors from the states that will be impacted – Mississippi, Alabama, our own governor – have suspended or canceled their involvement."
Rubio said RNC organizers are hoping the storm hits away from large populations, but that might not happen. Chairman Reince Priebus said Sunday that he didn't anticipate any other delays or rescheduling associated with the RNC.
As for Rubio, who was in Miami on Monday morning, he said he's headed up to Tampa and will still introduce Mitt Romney on Thursday night.
Click on the video player to see our entire interview with Sen. Rubio.