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Weather for Pilots & ATC


Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Weather in July

Avg. High: 82 F, 28 C
Avg. Low: 61 F, 16 C
Avg. Rain: 3.3 in, 8.4 cm


Winnebago County
Emergency Info

Severe Weather

Heat Safety

Siren Activation


Local Radio Stations

96.5 FM

1210 AM

1490 AM

1280 AM

1450 AM

EAA Radio

EAA Radio




NOAA Weather Radio frequency for southern Winnebago County: 162.500.


A dedicated National Weather Service website provides pilots and air traffic controllers with current and forecast weather information in and around Oshkosh and EAA AirVenture Oshkosh. 

The website displays the terminal forecast for KOSH, a time series of surface wind, and probability of thunderstorms in hourly increments at Ripon, Fisk, and Oshkosh, superimposed with the latest radar imagery. 

Further information may be obtained at the NWS booth located in the Federal Pavilion.

Text Alerts

You can receive text alerts by texting OSHALERT (weather alerts) and/or OSHARRIVAL (aircraft arrivals, plus parking/camping status) to 64600.

You can unsubscribe at any time by texting STOP to 64600. Text HELP to 64600 for help. By participating, you consent to receive recurring SMS/MMS promotional messages. No purchase required. Standard message & data rates may apply.

Note: 64600 can only send text messages to those with telephone numbers based in the United States and its territories, and only to phones/plans that are enabled for short code messaging. Please verify with your provider.

Watches, Warnings, and What To Do

In the event of a Weather Emergency, Winnebago County emergency sirens will activate. At this point, it will be determined if the Event, or portions of the Event, should be postponed or cancelled and the grounds should be Evacuated – this will be a joint decision made by EAA Senior Leadership, the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Department, and Winnebago County Emergency Management.

There are typically NO buildings or shelters available, for Guests, Vendors, Performers, Volunteers, and EAA Employees, should a Weather Emergency occur.

Guests, Vendors, Performers, Volunteers, and EAA Employees have the option to shelter in place in their campsite (if they are camping), a low-lying area or, if feasible, in their vehicle.

If the Guests, Vendors, Performers, Volunteers, and EAA Employees choose to shelter in a low-lying area, they should find a low spot away from trees, fences, and poles, but make sure the spot is not prone to flash flooding. The Guests, Vendors, Performers, Volunteers, and EAA Employees should cover their head with their hands and lie face down on the ground.

If the Guests, Vendors, Performers, Volunteers, and EAA Employees choose to take shelter in their vehicle, it is recommended that they crouch below the window line and turn the engine on. This will allow the vehicle's airbags to be deployed.

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