Ok, so we all know wind will push an arrow, but how does an arrow perform in humid conditions vs. dry? How about low altitudes vs. high altitudes? Any other weather changes that change arrow flight? Hot to cold?
I'm thinking low altitudes or high humidity will have "thicker" air and push the arrow down. High altitudes or low humidity would help the arrow fly better. Any ideas on this? I was shooting my bow today after a rain where the humidity was 80% or better and was hitting consistently low... I don't think it was me because I was shooting dead on and haven't changed anything lately.