so does this work as you would logically think it would?
If the wind is blowing 10 MPH directly east, and you take yankee stadium which points directly east, doest that mean the batter has 10 Miles of wind directly at his back?
Does the stadium block the wind, and cause it to swirl differently?
Would there instead be a windstream up at a certain point in the air?
Does the temperature/humidity have an effect on this as well?
I can remember some stadiums maybe even in football where the flags will be blowing one way at one point of the stadium, but other flags will be blowing a different direction. I believe the actual tall structure of the stadium will give say Giants stadium swirling winds.
Can anybody comment on how to interpret this data. Is it really as simple as everybody assumes?