Energy is high after strong speeches by Deval Patrick, San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro and Michelle Obama on the opening night of the Democratic National Convention. All reports say the First Lady did a flawless job of painting a picture of her husband and family, drawing on the President's likeability and connecting that with his plan for helping all Americans succeed. Day 2 continues with highly anticipated speeches by headliner Bill Clinton and Massachusetts Senate Candidate Elizabeth Warren who will introduce the former President. Convention planners are scrambling to move the venue indoors for President Obama's Speech on Thursday, due to a weather forecast of thunderstorms and lightning. Around 65,000 disappointed community members who had received credentials to attend the speech will no longer be able to attend because of size limitations in the Time Warner Cable Arena. Tune in 3-7pm for Live Coverage from the Convention Center on The Jeff Santos Show, streaming live audio/video at revolutionradionetwork.com.