OSHKOSH - Planes, planes, and more planes have literally descended upon Oshkosh.
And as is the case whenever there are pilots around, the weather is a common topic of discussion.
"I check it before every flight. I go to several weather sites because different weather sites have different high points and emphases," says Bob Mika, a pilot from Kansas.
In the week leading up to and during AirVenture, the Green Bay National Weather Service turns into one of those sources.
Located near the top of its homepage, there is a link called Oshkosh Weather Briefing and Tactical Decision Support.
It brings you to a shot of the current satellite and radar.
The site also has links to Oshkosh-specific aviation and surface weather information.
But it's not just a page for pilots.
"People who are interested in planes, for example, that may not be pilots, have an interest in this page. That's why it's open to everybody and we hope that everyone will use it to plan their day," said Jeff Last of the Green Bay NWS.
However, many pilots we talked to say they were not aware of the site.
But when told about it, they liked what they heard.
"I was not aware of that," said Tim Stearns, a pilot from Kenosha.
Mika added, "No, I didn't know that... But I will put that down in my book."
To a pilot, there's no such thing and too much weather information.
Once they know where to look, the Green Bay NWS hopes that they keep coming back in the future.
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