What I know so far
I recently read about pitot tubes and their use in aircraft. For the basics I consulted Wikipedia, and also went through the definitions for airspeed, groundspeed, and the various other airspeed definitions (TAS, IAS, EAS, CAS). Furthermore I made myself familiar with aircraft speed indicators.
At first everything seemed logical, I thought I understood the working principle. But then a few days ago I came across the question how wind (headwind, for that matter) is accounted for on the airspeed indicator.
Assume an aircraft that is standing still on the ground, experiencing a 60 kt headwind. Will the airspeed indicator show anything that is related to that headwind? Why/why not?