Meanwhile, the Mooney Caravan had about 65 airplanes, also a record for the group, on the ground in Madison, 60 nm southwest of Oshkosh, with a planned late Saturday morning departure. Low ceilings in Madison prevented the morning departure when the weather in Oshkosh was decent. And the forecasts kept changing. The TAFs were looking favorable for an afternoon departure and the ceilings in Madison lifted. But the weather in Oshkosh that prevented the Bonanzas from landing prompted a decision for the Mooneys to scrub the mission and reschedule for Sunday, when the group landed under nearly clear skies in the late afternoon.