Always the stickler for accuracy (give or take a few immensely ill-conceived wars), the Weekly Standard belittles the moving of President Obama's speech indoors. Observes WS: "In fact, there's [only] a 30 percent chance of rain tomorrow evening in Charlotte, North Carolina, according to weather.com."
Helpfully, WS included a snapshot of Charlotte's weather.com page to prove it, which plainly says "Chance of Rain, 40%." This advisory sits to the immediate right of an adorable little thundercloud, with lightning and all, below which is written, "PM T-storms."
And now, perhaps, we can all understand, just a bit better, why we went into Iraq so fatally blind.