Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenThe Hill's 12:30 Report Biden spotted at Wizards playoff game Trump’s wall jams GOP in shutdown talks MORE is postponing his trip to Tampa on Monday so local officials can devote their resources to Tropical Storm Isaac, the Obama Campaign announced Friday night.
Campaign officials said they were postponing Biden's visit to Tampa -- which was supposed to coincide with the Republican National Convention -- due to an "abundance of caution."
The trip was part of an all-out effort by the Obama campaign to counter the RNC as Mitt Romney secures his party's nomination. President Obama is expected to campaign in Iowa, Colorado and Virginia next week.
Biden is still expected to campaign in Orlando and St. Augustine Florida on Tuesday. But the campaign said those stops are also subject to change because of "weather-related precautions."
It's still unclear where the tropical storm will hit but tropical storm watches have been issued for South Florida.