The grand finale of the Democratic National Convention will be scaled back. The Democrats moving President Obama's speech Thursday night to the Time Warner Cable Center citing threat of bad weather.

FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports from the DNC in Charlotte:

They said they'd hold it rain or shine, just a few blocks away in the 70,000 seat football stadium. But now, citing possible severe weather tomorrow night, the Obama campaign says the President will give his acceptance speech back here at the convention center, which only holds 20,000 seats. Forecasters say the skies could potentially clear up tomorrow night. Republicans say Democrats couldn't fill the stadium. Former President Bill Clinton will speak to a packed house here when he sells four more years later tonight.

At the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.