On my last windy day of turkey hunting-- and we have a lot of them here at the farm-- I went out in the afternoon, camped out in a barn, and used a high-volume box call and made contact with a gobbler. It took him a good long time to get to me, but he walked right in. If I couldn't hunt windy conditions, I really couldn't hunt turkeys.
We get a lot of wind here. Sometimes it is the driving factor in the whole season. Our ridge is not the highest point around, but we have nothing substantial between us and the wind for 50 miles in some directions. Cincinnati may be getting 15MPH gusting to 20 while we're taking 25 sustained and 45 MPH gusts. This is one of those mornings. I try to get upwind of the gobblers so my calls carry the best. Sometimes I call loud and sparse-- like the wind is only allowing a few calls through. Sometimes I lay it on and call aggressively and continually. Another thing I'm fond of is camping out in one of the wooded islands in the middle of the pastures and blind calling. Sometimes that works when nothing else will. If it's going to be windy for flydown, I'm prone to heading for the lee side of the ridge or the lee side of the big treeline, where the wind will be less pronounced-- that's where they're coming once they flop down. If it's too bad, they hide out in the bottoms, but by then they're not particularly huntable.
Right now is extremely windy at the farm, but I have my eye out. We haven't had any rain for a while, and I'll post if I see the flocks coming out to feed.